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Won't read DVD's

When I put my dvd into my player it starts to read. After an extended period of time it stops and says 'NO DISK'. I pulled the casing off and wiped the eye with a Kleenex tissue, but it still doesn't work. I noticed that the disk isn't spinning at any point. We started having this problem a couple of days ago, but sometimes it would work just fine.

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  • Julialwtse Mar 09, 2008

    I have Trutech T600-D dvd player. When I put the disc in, it takes a long time then it says "Wrong Disc".

  • Anonymous Jun 04, 2008

    disc is not turning and no read on disc

  • Rayzeigler Jun 13, 2008

    dvd pretends it is reading the disk and then faults saying no disk.

  • roddyblake Nov 13, 2008

    mine reads cd's and dvd's but will not read a blank dvd. Says 0 available and 0 used. This happened a couple of years ago and found the solution but now I forgot how I fixed it. It was a software problem. Any ideas?

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I discovered that is was dust covering the sensor. It's not easy getting to it, but you can. I took the DVD system out of the casting and flipped over looked in with a flashlight and noticed the dust. Using a flat thin instrument, such as the end of a flat spoon handle and tissue wrapped around you are able to clean the sensor. Only a mother whose child is upset that his DVD doesn't work, would come to this kind of solutions, but it worked.

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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After a long time of not using my pd-10, when i tried to usie it again it said "no disk". after flipping the player upside down it began playing. i am wondering is maybe dust was covering a sensor or something.

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I've had a couple dvd players with the same problem.Try replacing the spindle motor that turnes the disc.If that doesn't work try replacing the feed motor that moves the lazer.

Posted on Feb 28, 2007

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