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bill davis Posted on Mar 14, 2007
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Dvd player says no disk.

When i put a dvd or cd in it says its reading the disk,then it says no disk.can you help? thanks.

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Cleaning the LENS could very well be your problem.. See if the disc spins, if it does not, the spindle motor is defective or the laser assy. is bad. If this is the case, most likely the unit will not be worth repairing. Good Luck

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