I put in a disk and it doesn't play. I know it's a disk that is supported by the dvd player. When I put in a disk, it only shows disk slots like "disk 4" but nothing happens when I put the dvd into disk 4. There are no error messages except for the disk slot.
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If it say not supported, It may mean the dvd disk is dirty. Sometime invisible hand oil evaporated on the disk. You rinse the disk off hot tap water and block off the water drops and try all the disks again.
Probably you are playing a disk that is not supported on your "Region". Maybe that disk comes from Japan or Switzerland and you are residing in the US. You should check the level if it is supported to play in your country. This link might enlighten you a little bit. Hope this solves your problem.
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the unit is showing "invalid disk" on every disk that you try to play,
unfortunately, the unit has developed a defect and needs to be
replaced. Our warranty is 90 days from the date of purchase. If you've
had the player longer than 90 days, I regret to inform you it is out of
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The funny thing about dvd players is they just stop functioning after awhile. I've had mine for 2 years now (4 players before that), and that's a personal record. On the flipside I have a sony dvd burner that won't read CD's!
Really the only thing i can suggest is updating the firmware via cd if it supports it (if you give me your make and model # i can check on it). I would also try different DVD's- like ones that you know used to play. Some newer ones have really aggressive anti-piracy garbage that will keep older players from playing them.
If the region setting is correct and won't even read a cleaning disc, there's not much you can do. Either the DVD drive or the Main board (aka MPEG board) is faulty and will have to get it repaired. I'm not sure about UK, but in Australia, Bush manufacturing warranty period for DVD players is 12 months.