[qanda]This thread is about the Toshiba SD-5000 (1080i Up-Conversion DVD Player). Click here to see full specs[/qanda]Hello,
Don't know if I'm in the right place, BUT:
I have a Toshiba DVD Player that I bought a little over a year ago from Best Buy. Unfortunately I cannot find the warantee papers.
Anyway, one night I was playing movies just fine. The next, I would get a message going from "loading" as it usually did to "no disk" very quickly. I tried many disks, so something is going on with the DVD player.
I wrote on a few forums and got advice to first clean the "lens"? I bought a cleaning disk from Office Depot (a disk with little feathers on the back of it) to try that first. Problem with that is that it just gave me the same error message that it gave me for all the other disks - except for some reason it just says "no" as if it doesn't have room to complete the message.
I'd rather no buy another DVD Player if it's a simple problem like cleaning, but how can I determine that if I can't even clean it with the disk? Do you think Best Buy would at least test the DVD Player to determine what happened to it overnight?
I'd appreciate any feedback. Thanks!!!