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Disc loading mechanism fault. Contact any service technician. The DVD mechanism should have to take out of the TV for repair. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Disc loading mechanism fault. Contact any service technician. The mechanism should take out from the TV; either for repair, or replacement. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts.Surf the site with patience.http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Disc loading mechanism fault. Disc is not loading properly to its seating. Contact any service technician.
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Disc loader mechanism fault. Either a broken belt, damaged loading motor or any gear wheels can poise this problem. Contact any service technician. The mechanism should be take out from the set for repair.
Discs inserted does not loading properly to exact seating; is the problem.
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CD loading mechanism fault. Might be a belt problem, or a gear wheel problem at its loading mechanism. In most cases, the loading mechanism might have to be replaced with a new one, except for a belt problem. The loading mechanism won't cost more. You have to open the TV, to take out this mechanism out of it for repair.
Please contact any service technician in this case.
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According to your complaint post, the fult is due to its DVD mechanism itself. It will be best to replace the DVD tray mechanism [ plastic made one]. You can bought it from most of the electronic spare part shops at your town. But the model fitted with Westinghouse will be very difficult to get. Anyway try to get it. The fault is with loading tray mechanism itself. OK.
I believe you need to switch the TV to the DVD input mode before inserting a disc. There should be a button on the remote or the TV labelled INPUT or SOURCE. Try pressing this repeatedly until "DVD" is shown on the screen or use the UP/DOWN arrows keys on the remote to select DVD from the input list, then press OK / SELECT / ENTER to choose DVD mode. You should then be able to insert a disc and play it.
I need to check some details for this TV and will get back to you shortly. If the TV really wont accept any disc, then you've bought a lemon and the TV needs to be returned to the store for replacement asap. I will post back with more details below in a few minutes.
It sounds like the DVD mechanism is out, if you are interested in purchasing one you can do so by emailing your request for pricing and availability to email@example.com, they normally run at about $135.00 plus shipping and handling and they are not to hard to install yourself.
Turns out my suspicions wre correct about the DVD player being "sluggish" from lack of use. By continuing to exercise the drive motor by hitting play and eject while simutaneously attempting to insert a disc finally paid off. Now it readily accepts the disc and everything is functioning as designed. Trust me, I'm not going to let it sit idle for anymore extended periods...................baltogas