When you put a disc in the player, it says loading, loading, loading for a long time, and then says 'no disc'. It does this on all discs. The problem gradually grew from but an occasional irritant, to complete failure to function, over a period of a couple months. We'd clean the discs when it first began happening, and thought that helped. Eventually it didn't help, if it ever did.
At least it's an attractive blue screen! ?(?¿?)?
I just fixed this problem. This will not fix any underlying problem, but it will get you up and running again. THIS MIGHT SCRATCH THE CD.
Unplug the unit. Remove the top cover. There are screws on the side and the back. Once you do you will see the dvd is not in correct position. Slide it around till you feel it drop into place. YES, YOU MAY END UP SCRATCHING THE CD. Plug the unit back in and it will eject.
For me the underlying problem is that the disc drawer closes while I am putting the cd in, causing it to not be seated properly. If anyone knows how to fix this .....
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that is the laser lens , it is dirty,
you will have to cleaned use a q tips with wood alcool
dont aply to much pressure on it while wiping it
its should works if it not
that is the laser it self replaced the laser assembly
hope that will help
There are a few different things that you can try. First make sure that
your discs are clean before you put them in the player. Even if the
disc is new I would recommend cleaning the disc off. The second thing
that you can try is a DVD player reset. You can do this by unplugging
the player for about 5-10 minutes. Then plug it back in and try the
disc. If that does not help I would try a DVD head cleaner in the
player. If all of these things do not work, it is most likely an issue
with the player.
the laser inside may be having the problem or the optical sensor inside the player is not proper.....
if after all the above said procedures fail kindly contact ur manufacturer.
Since it will play eventualy, I'd suspect a dirty lens. Open up the unit and carefully clean the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. Also, try a music CD. If the CD works flawlessly but DVDs still fail occasssionally, the optics are starting to fail and will need to be replaced.
hi there krell
you definetly have a fault in your cd players main board best solution take to electrical shop and ask them to test all the circuits it wont cost much to get them checked out and see how you go
hope this helps and if you have the time please rate me if you dont mind
Sorry, no suggestion other than don't buy Samsung. That's my conclusion after owning the same model. It worked fine for a while, but now won't load any DVD... usually. Sometimes it will play one, but more often it won't. Mine tries to load ("Loading") for a long time, I hear the DVD spinning, then ultimately the screen displays "This disc cannot be played" or something to that effect.