Why Won't the DVD Player Read a Disc?

Answer

Normally, a DVD player can?t read the disk because of scratches or accumulated dust. To clear this problem rid the disc you're using from scratches and dirt.
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The disc you inserted into the DVD drive may be dirty or damaged in such a way that it's unreadable. Smaller scratches on the disc often do not result in the disc's failure to play,
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The laser in your DVD player is basically either dirty, or worn.
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