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After reading the disc "disc+? mark" displaying in blue screen. Some times playing for 2mins then hanging

I bought new DVD player 2 weeks back through While playing the DVD am facing the following problems from 1st day. 1. Once i insert the disc, after reading the disc "disc+? mark" displaying in blue screen. 2. Some times playing for 2mins then hanging but disc is rotating very fast. 3. While playing the CD if i pressed menu its hanging but disc is rotating very fast. 4. If i put jpg cd jpg list is caoming and immeditly it went to blank screen. Please let me know is there any soultion or replacement policy for this. Regards Suresh

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Did you try cleaning the lens???? if not try that and see what happens.

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