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Check and replace the Laser Pick-up unit of the DVD player. It is weak. Contact any service technician. This work cannot be done by a user. It is somewhat skilled one.
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The DVD portable player and the DVD disc came from the same countries?Ur DVD portable player and DVD disc u are using might have the wrong region DVD disc format frequencies.Like PAL frequencies only play Euroupean,Asia,Middle East,Austriala and Africa products.NTSC frequencise play only USA,Canada and Mexico DVD Disc products.
Manually slide the laser (in its bed) along its track toward the center of the player. Try this a few times, restart as needed. I just got this advice from another poster and am happy not to spring for repair costs now, or another cheaply made substitute.
Paul Sim, coby portable dvd player model TF DVD7005 keeps coming up with an error message that says NO DISC regardless of whatever disc you put in, the player comes up with the message LOADING on the screen and then stops after a little will and comes up with the NO DISC message