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Concept car overhead dvd model p1020 wont play dvd

The player loads the dvd. i can hear it spinning like it is trying to read it and it says "loading" then it spits the dvd out without playing it. tried cleaning dvd, tried several different dvd's. help?

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Laser is off track, weak, or just bad. any way it goes it needs to go to the repair shop.

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