Why do only some DVDs not play?
Sometimes the TV won’t play a certain DVD properly but works fine with another disc, so the issue rests with the DVD itself. It might be accumulated some dust or fingerprints on the lens. Worse still, DVD may be scratched and damaged, which will also affect the playback experience.
How do you fix a DVD that is not reading?
Check if the disc is placed correctly and if the disc is in good condition. Make sure the disc isn’t put in upside down and also ensure the disc isn’t out of alignment in the loading tray. If a well- placed disc can’t be read by your DVD player, try playing it on another DVD player or a computer with DVD drive.
Why would a DVD play in one player but not another?
If the DVD disc plays back in some of the units and not in others, it is possible that the timing is different between the DVD disc and the playback DVD unit, resulting in incompatibility.
Are all DVDs compatible with all DVD players?
Most often, DVD+R and DVD-R discs are more likely to be supported or read by DVD players. On the other hand, various recordable and rewriteable DVD formats, like DVD+RW are not widely supported among DVD players.