Hi,when i insert a cd in the dvd player sd 2800 it's work all right but when i insert a dvd the tv display:"check disc"...it seem that the 2800 try to read a few time before displaying the info "check disc"..i have unscrew the top and it is very clean...we doesn't use it that much...
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Hi, It seems that optical laser block gets fail to read data on disc and possible cause could be dirty/ clogged lens or optical laser block failure. Put lens cleaning disc in unit to clean optical lens and check DVD playback, if that does not solve the issue then optical laser block would be defective and requires replacement that would cost approx new player price. Hope these info will help. Thanks.
Try inserting a cd, almost all dvd players can play cds as well, if it displays the same message you may very well have a defective dvd player, if it plays then you may have a damaged disc. If it plays the cd try a mint condition dvd; also, I'll assume that you know better but in many cases if the dvd player is not defective users are simply loading dvds in upside down. If all this fails return your dvd player to the store or check the warrenty.
Same problem. Took mine apart, and it appears that shaft of the motor that spins the CD/DVD has gotten wobbly - probably due to a worn bearing. This would explain
Not worth fixing - even if you could find a replacement motor. DVD players are so cheap and feature-rich now, that it would not be worth the time and money to replace just the motor.
I would not continue to use the player in this condition. I noticed some white dust around the rim of the tray when it is open - that tells me that the DVD is scraping on the tray. There is a serious risk of damaging your media. And considering that you can get a brand-new DVD player for the price of 2-3 DVDs...
Sounds like the player has a dvd mech/picup problem, will probably require a repair that is more expensive than a new player, they are as low as $30 and personally I dont even try to repair my own, I just go buy a new one. There may have been some dirt on the disc that is blocking the laser if you want to try a cleaning disc I doubt it would hurt it anymore.
My Toshiba DVD player does the same. It stops playing the disc, and the icon for incorrect disc displays. Often I cannot even start a movie. I keep getting BAD on the readout display also. I try hitting the player, or the stand in which the player is sitting, and sometimes it goes away and the movie plays. I will never buy Toshiba again.
There are several things you can do to try and solve your problem:
Make sure that the DVDs you try to play are encoded for the right region.
Make sure that the transportation lock (usually a plastic screw on the bottom of the unit), is not engaged.
Turn off player with disc inserted, unplug temporarily from wall outlet, plug back in and turn back on.