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DVD stuck in changer

I had a dvd stuck in the changer and managed to pull it out but the dvd player ceased to work... Everything else runs fine. Any help would be nice! Thanks

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  • Jim Skimming Jul 04, 2006

    I fixed it myself. I pulled off the dvd player cover and just toyed with it. I don't suggest others try this but I'm an electrician so I figured what the heck. Got the changer on track too ka little bit but it works now ;)

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  • mason121 Nov 24, 2007

    I had a dvd stuck in the changer (jvc 5 disc changer, th-m303) and managed to pull it out but the dvd player ceased to work... it wont open as well. can u pls tell me what to do. ive called a few repair stores but but they dont know how to fix it or quoting me about £150 to fix it.

  • alissaanne Jan 24, 2008

    My one year old stuffed about six DVDs into the player. I got them all out, but now it wont eject or try to play.I there isn't anywhere in my town that I can afford to take it too. If anyone can tell me how to fix it my self please do so. Thank you.



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150 pounds sterling to fix it???
Them them it's not made of diamonds and gold

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Well Done Wiz! Thanks for telling us.

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Pls take the system to authorised showroom to get it reapired as the tracking system is not on its tracks ,pls donot try it at home as u will ending up damaging ur system

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