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HDDVD Planet Earth Problems

Old 03-14-08, 01:12 PM
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HDDVD Planet Earth Problems

I had ordered planet earth on hd dvd from discovery.com about a month ago for the $29.95. It had come in a week or so ago and the first disk had something on it... kind of. I'm not sure what it was but it looks almost like a tiny bit of glue in a circular motion UNDER the surface of the disk.

I called them and great customer service they sent me out a new set no problem. Well it came in yesterday and the SAME THING on the SAME DISC. It was in a different area (more outer edge than the other) but it looks exactly the same, and it won't play the whole disc right.

I called customer service again and they shipped a new one, but it is just weird. I asked the guy if there was a known problem with the first disk being messed up and he said not that he knew of.

I tried searching and found nothing on problems with planet earth, and I figured it would be well known with how many sets they sale. Maybe it is just discovery's batch, or the US versions. Maybe I just have bad luck.

Has anyone else experienced this problem on the first disk?
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Old 03-15-08, 05:21 AM
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well... it could be the glue they use to stick the two layer of substrate. Did the stained disc play OK?

As for the problem or anything... sorry... I don't have it on HD DVD.
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