No disc is loading on my dvd player, but the screen and speacker still work.
One day the movie i was watching sudennly stoped, withe the last pictrure on the screen. The only way i got a response was to turn it off, witch i did. When i turned it back on to see if it would work now, it just said loading. It never actually loaded. What happened?
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Re: No disc is loading on my dvd player, but the screen...
Sounds like a major crash in the unit's microprocessor. Look for a tiny hole somewhere on the unit that says 'reset' next to it. This is actually a switch you activate by pressing it with a fine pointed pencil, or a straightened paper clip. Reset the unit. If it doesn't have a reset switch, try removing any batteries, unplugging the unit & leaving for 1/2 hour. If this fails, you will have to take the player to a qualified technician, because there are no user serviceable parts inside.
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it could be the disc itself dvds really don't age that well a common problem is that one day they just decide to freeze and stop working even though they had only been played a few times the most extreme would be your situation. I would suggest trying newer dvds out if same problem occurs then it is a problem with the dvd player.
Okay, so I had this problem a few days ago and started watching movies on my X-box 360. Then my X-Box came up with the same error as my DVD player. After reading countless reviews and e-mailing Samsung, I read somewhere that someone had pummeled their X-Box until it adjusted the laser back.
So, I pummeled my DVD and X-Box into oblivion and oddly enough both of them are working. Don't go crazy smacking it but give it some sturdy hits right above the CD tray as you are putting CD's in and opening the tray. Worked for me and hope it helps...
You have the rating set on your DVD player to lower than the rating of the movie you are trying to watch.
Somewhere in your setup menu of your DVD player (press the "setup" button on the remote with disc stopped or no disc) you will find a place to set the parental lock. Either turn it off, if that is an option, or set it to the rating of the movie (or higher) to enable viewing.
I can't say 100% but it sounds similar to the problem I had with the same model . The sleep mode in the on/off switch had gone bad and a new switch fixed the problem. It was about $42 to rtepair at my local electronics repair shop. Hope this helps.
Your DVD player is having a problem reading the disc. This is what is accounting for the pausing and the slow loading times...especially if it plays other movies without hitches. Even if the DVD is cleaned, some scratching on the disc will prevent it from being viewed properly. Blockbuster shoudl give you another disc to try of the same movie if you ask. Also, you can try getting a cleaner for your DVD player to remove dust and help it read discs better.
I openned mine up and found that the lens carrige was not in the fully retracted position. I pushed it all the way back to the back of the slide. Then I removed the two screws on either side of the spindle support so I could get to the lens. I hit the lens with some compressed air, plugged it in and loaded a disk and it worked like a champ. Listening to some Stevie Ray Vaughn right now!!! And going to watch some movies later. ;)