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Panasonic Portable DVD Player LS50

When inserting any disc after a while "disk not recognised" comes up. Disks have been used before without any problem and work in other players

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  • Andy Bain Jun 11, 2007

    Hi Flashdrive, it does spin up and I can hear it trying to read the disc, After mins it gives up. It then comes back with "This type of disc cannot be played. Please insert a different disc."

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    same problem here too.

    if any ideea... please e-mail me [email protected]

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Can you see or hear that the disk is spinning up normally as it did before? I understand that the small, spin-motors on these portables often go bad.

Posted on Jun 09, 2007

  • Shannon Yarnell Feb 18, 2014

    So, then would you need to replace the motor?

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