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At first time, the DVD player was working, and the second time when I tried to insert DVD to the player, the player made some sound like Krik Krik, and sipt out the DVD. 

Eveytime, different DVD used and the DVDs or Audio CDs are working with other Computer DVD players and CD players.

 

My boss just bought it for classroom. But no DVD or CD player, it is not useful.

 

What is the solution for this?

 

My boss bought it one month ago. Maybe less.

 

 

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What is the HP model number or product code?    makes no sense.

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Product No. N0B24AA#ABL

 

Serial No. [Personal Information Removed]

 

Model No. 22-a109

 

 

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