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Anonymous Posted on Apr 26, 2007

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My dvd player is not finding the discs that we put into the tray. could it be out of alignment? my kid manually pushed the tray back in. think she messed it up? keeps reading "no disc."

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For the speaker error problem, power the unit down, unplug both the player unit and subwoofer. Check/remake all speaker connections on the player and subwoofer.

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On my sreen it say speaker error ,and no sound is coming out on my yamaha dvr-c300

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Hi sponge your lens is the problem call a tech to look at your set.good luck.

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