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Had the same problem at first. The disk must be burned using an "ISO Image"....if you're using Windows Vista, it uses a different format. Google "Free ISO Image Burner" and download one of the free ISO image burners, if you don't have one. Burn the firmware file you downloaded to a CD as an ISO Image, and it should work.
Have you finalized the disk after recording? Are you using DVD-R disks? Also, I can replay my recorded DVRs on my portable DVD player, but not on a TV with a built-in DVD player. That one is just to finicky.
Is it the correct type of disc?
Whilst these devices will play almost all 'commercial' disks
In many cases 'burned disks' Cumputer Data disks and audio disks are a No No
The manual/packaging will tell you which.
You could try a Lazer cleaner disk.
Failing that it looks as if the device is failing and needs replacing - I doubt if there is a repair option.