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Re: player won't play any disc now
Time to look inside the dvd player. try readjusting the variable trimmer under the laser lens of the dvd player assembly. It is usually located under the lens assembly. try to adjust the lens at every 1 degree angle up to +/-5deg. sometimes it can be done. if not. time to change for new lens. damage lens is caused by using pirated DVDs or bad disc as the lens is trying to read the data on the cd.
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I have the same problem, i have cleaned the filter area and there was a plastic sweet wrapper in there also. However, I have put the machine back on an express cycle ans still have the error message coming up?? Drain Fault! I then tried to spin and the spin cycle wasn't working eithet. Whilst the machine was still on i patially undone the filter cap and removed a full tray of water, it then began to spin. What could yhe problem be?
this could be a couple off things wrong here.
1,could be a faulty dvd player.
2,could do with having a lens cleaning disc put through it.
3,could be a faulty lens reader.
if i was you before i do anything big to it i would run a lens cleaning disc through it and see if it cleans the lens that reads the discs.
if this does not work i would take it back,or get someone to have a look at it for you.
The best option to fix this problem is to take it to a service center unfortunately, but here are a few question you need to know the answers for to be able to get the best service:
1. Was the Wii on when they tried to force the disc in? If not then the noise could be that the motor mechanism has been jammed and the worm gear for the motor has been stripped. You will need the disc ejector mechanism replaced.
2. Was there another disc in the machine at the time? If there was, it is possible that the first disc has become lodged in the machine and could have been broken into pieces, so when the disc is entered or ejected, sometimes it will go in and sometimes not. When there is vibration the disc pieces or even the whole disc could move in and out of the way of the tray. You would also need to have this removed by a service technician.
Wii consoles are notoriously fiddly to deal with when it comes to repairs, needing special screwdrivers and a keenly trained eye to be able to spot a problem in an extremely confined space.
I'm sorry I could not be of more help but I hope this helps you even a little.
Inside the machine the laser will sometimes adjust itself to a position just out of reach of the disc and you will get a "default message", so it doesn't necessarily mean you have the "wrong disc". This can be adjusted by yourself or take it in to be done. This is only, of course that you have covered the basics and cleaned the discs and inside machine. Just blow in it even, they do attract dust as dvd's are like a magnet to dust.