This system stopped playing DVD with a very slight use
It looks almost brand new since I have only watched 6-7 DVD so far. All of a sudden DVD player stopped playing DVDs. It plays all other CD formats but not DVD's. Gives Disc Error. I have tried all kinds of DVD's it tries to spin the DVD couple of time and then eject it by itself in a minute or so. I have tried unplugging the unit for 30 minutes but no luck.
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It's because the pink wire (brake system) is not connected to anything. It is a safety feature to make sure that you are not watching the DVD while driving. I just installed my BV9990 today and had the same issue (before taking care of that pink wire).
I have a studio and sometimes certain disc will play on one device and not on another..If you have already played the disc on the device I would try the clean the head. They sell cleaning kits..The DVD player only recognizes it can't play it..they could have it say (Clean disc) but they want you to buy another one..And it could mean its broke...Who knows...Just do all you can do...And a lot of boot leg disc want work...Not saying you buy them...Just saying to help anyone reading this...Hope this helps
I have the same DVD unit in my new camper. The COBY customer support department said there is definitely a problem and should be shipped back to them with a Money Order for $18 for shipment/handling. Must include all speakers etc. Perhaps it will be less to purchase a more reliable brand name.
Start a DVD playing, cover the IR sensor on the DVD player with something opaque.
Try changing the volume, the player should keep playing.
Your TV, surround sound, and DVD player have conflicting IR codes.
The DVD player probably does not use a discreet IC to filter the IR sensor, and the processor in the DVD player is having to look at all the IR codes picked up by the IR sensor.
Go to Walmart or KMart and buy a new DVD player for $29.00 or stop changing the volume while watching DVDs :)
Sorry, there's no real solution that I know of.