Originally Posted by brianluvdvd
I rented the Wall-E BD thru Netflix and tried to watch it last night. Not a scratch on it and it looked like a brand new disc. Recently got my BH200 back from Best Buy for the SECOND time and haven't had time to try much in it yet.
It wouldn't load Wall-E at all. It would decode that it was a BD but then it would say "Disc Error" (a message I haven't seen before with all of the previous problems) and would then eject the disc. It did this several times. I put the disc in my PS3 and it played perfectly.
I despise this player and wish I had never bought the piece of crap. It has trouble with playing BDs, audio drop-outs and even issues playing standard dvds. What sucks it is I have to return it two more times for repairs before BB will eventually declare it a lemon.
I know you said the disk looked brand new, but it still could be problematic even though it plays in your PS3. You could try cleaning the disk, nothing to lose.
That being said, Wall-E played perfectly on both my son's 200 as well as mine. So, if not the disk, it looks like your player wasn't fixed by BB.
Samsungmaster suggested that you send to LG instead of BB, I'm guessing like me, you have their PSP and it won't cost you any money. With LG's stingy warranty, it almost forces you to get an outside plan. On a player of this caliber and initial price offerering, 90 days warranty on labor is really weak.
Btw, since you already had it "repaired" twice, I would try to "make a case" with the BB mgr. The "squeaky wheel, get's the grease."