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Dvd player Inserted CD with pictures of grandchildren into the DVD slot - it started to scroll pictures then stopped and now I can't eject the disk. I thought I could put any disk in - was I wrong and how can I get it out. Tried to turn it off and then hit the eject button on the TV also have tried the eject on the remote.

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  • pscokato Sep 05, 2008

    Unplugged the TV for a minute - plugged it back in and it worked! This is a great service. Thanks!

  • pscokato Sep 05, 2008

    It worked - unplugged the TV for a minute - plugged it back in and it was back in working condition. What a service! Thanks!

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Try to tunr the dvd for about 5 minutes then turn it back on then try to eject the CD again and hopefully it will eject it now, if still not ejecting you may need to open the DVD then manually remove the CD stuck on it...

Hope that helps.....

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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HI,

Please unplug all the cords of unit for 30min and then plug it back in.See if the disc ejects.

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

  • Priya darshan Sep 03, 2008

    Let me know the result..

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Hey, have you tried to unplug the dvd player for a while, also hold down the eject button on the player, if there is a small hole in the tray use a needle or other small object to eject the tray,

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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