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Unplug the unit allow it to sit for a secound, then plug it back in. Try your eject button again on the remote and the TV if there is any. If this does not eject after power cycling the TV. My recommendations are if you just bought it take it back.
I had a similar problem with my Panasonic Viera 46 " 80U. I believe it was caused by HDMI ideoscyracies. When I turned off TV before shutting down the HDMI connected with my computer. It froze up. I could not get the TV to reboot, even if I pulled the plug, until I reconnected the HDMI to my computer and when I shut the computer down properly, something in the HDMI communicated to and released the TV from the freeze. At least that seemed to be the answer.
Let me know if this makes sense or if anyone experienced something similar.
if u do not smell a burnt board, your power bd is ok. u need to replace the main board with the correct firmware update. if u need further ast get back 2 me. i have serviced over 75 of these units, im familiar with them.
Set TV to standby and press Info, menu, mute then power. The set
should turn on with the service menu available scroll down until you
select reset press right hand arrow next to enter and then enter. TV
will turn off. When switched on it goes into Plug and Play mode to
reset the analogue and digital tuner. Allow a full reset then you
should be ok.