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DVD disc is not recognised

All these days DVD disc were recognised and played. Over last few days DVD disc are not been recognised and a message "wrong disc" displayed. VCDs can still be played.

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  • twinbyrds Feb 16, 2008

    Using many different disc and still getting wrong disc

  • Thirugilly Mar 23, 2008

    I am also having the same problem. can any one give me a good solution, or custome rsupport number to contact? It plays some cds, mp3, vcds and even some DVDs. But not paying most of the DVD players.

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Itsmylife70, hello.

Two things, Laser gone low and can't read dvd. Just try cleaning the collimating lens with a cotton swab and glass cleaner. gently wet one end and dry residue with the other end.
The other thing is could be just a mutilated loom (flex) cable connecting the laser from the main pcb board. Laser is most likely gone bad.

Good luck.

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

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