Question about Coby TFDVD7050 Portable DVD Player with Screen

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Hangs/ "wrong disc display"

The DVD suddenly stops playing or hangs while using it. In an attempt to fix it, I turned it off then turned it on again. The screen then showed "wrong disc display". I tried other DVDs but it kept showing the same prompt, until now.

Posted by Gina Contemprato on

  • Gina Contemprato Apr 06, 2007

    Still have the same problem, i'll bring my unit to a service center. By the way, my DvD is only 3 weeks old. =(

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Yea take your DVD player to a repairman your micro could be your problem.good luck.

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