When I insert a disc it "loads" but then reads "No Disc" -- The local auto place told me to try cleaning it -- no dice! I don't want to have to send it to Blaupunkt to fix it cause it'll cost an arm and a leg -- any home remedies?
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Prob a dirty read eye or corroded laser tracking mechanism. requires removal, dis-assembly, and eye cleaned dry w/ Q-Tip or alcohol then dried w/ Q-Tip. Clean mech bars. same way. then 3-n-1 oil on q-tip lightly on bars
There could be several things wrong. Let's start with the most basic - is the disc inserted correctly? The holographic side needs to be on the left when inserting it. Then, make sure there are no scratches or smudges on the bottom of the disc. A common solution is to wipe it with a cloth or even your shirt if you don't have one handy. Look on the holographic side of the disc to make sure there isn't anything left on it. After cleaning thoroughly, try playing the disc again.
If you're still having a problem, try restarting the Wii console. However, there's always a possibility that you have a bad disc or, if you're unable to play any games, a bad console.
The indiatation of No dics shows that the cd data is not being read by the optical unit.this could be weak or failure of the laser of the optical unit. what you can do is only to clean the lens and test. if not you will have to replace the optical unit. Further a failrue of the processing electronics is also possible.
Hence check after cleaning and load a good clean Cd to test. Hope this helps? Good day
the laser lens might be dirty. try cleaning it with a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol (not dripping). gently place the q-tip on the lens and gently twirl it. use other end of q-tip to dry it, again twirling it.
or you can use a laser lens cleaner forvideo game systems.
If the disc loads up and you can hear it spin, then you get the error, more than likely the optical lens has been damaged. This will have to be repaired by a local shop if its worth the cost. if the part is available it would probably run anywhere from 130-165 to repair
try some more different disc.also check out the disc in another player.if the disc are working in another player that means the disc are proper but the lens in the player is either got faulty or dust is got collected on the lens glass.get the lens cleaning cd from the local electronics computer shop and insert in the player and try inserting the cd if same error that means the lens is got faulty and needs replacement.