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DVD player problem

I recently burned a dvd from my , and tried it out on my dvd player. There was a problem with the disc that I found out when the dvd didnt play past the first chapter. I figured out the problem witht the dvd, however ever since, my dvd player wont play any other disks, incuding dvd recordable ones. It keeps displaying a message: Disc Error --Please eject the disc-- Playback feature may not be available on this Disc Before i inserted the burned dvd, all dvds worked fine. Is there any solution to this? Thank you

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You may have had a brief power outage you did not know about. Then the DVD player needs to be unplugged from the wall and started up again or your lens may need to be cleaned Because your dvd player is only made to play region 1 discs and vcd's are region 2. You need to buy a dvd player which will play all region discs or is rated region 0 which is the same. www.dvdenergy.com/index.htm

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