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good day, true it's not advisable to use disc cleaner for it may also damage or scracth the optic lens inside.Possibly the optic lens of your player is either dirty caust by dust or faulty. but let's do hope it's only dust related and the only thing you can do now is to open and unscrew the upper cover of your player. Get a soft cotton buds, after dismantling the upper cover locate the optic drive lens and clean the lens by wipping it gently in circular direction. then try to play some DVD.
My solution is a bit primative but it will work. Beside grounding your brake wire you need to cut and build a switch on your gps antenna. When you flipped the switch off your gyro sensor does not know that you are in motion then it will allow you to watch video and when you want navigate just simply flip the gps antenna back on. Becareful and leave enough lenght between anteenna and connector and remember to insulate all spliced wires to prevent shortage. Let me know how it goes. Goodluck.