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DVD trays out - Panasonic SA-PM39D

Hi, my DVD-Stereo's trays are all open. My nephew (child) inserted a DVD on top of another, as a result the trays got stuck. I opened the system and managed to manually push out all trays to take off DVDs. As a result i cannot push them back, neither can they by themselves when powered. Also, the radio does not take any signal even if the antenna is connected. This second problem has been existing before the first. Please help. Same problem, cannot open any CD/DVD trays, there's stuck!!!

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Unplug power cord for one minute. Try pressing repeatedly the eject button while you turn the unit on.

If this does not work you will need to take apart the unit and remove the cds manually.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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Dear,
why did u not try with a hole infront the dvd rom , through which the tray can be pulled out..
as mentioned by my fellow, there is mechanical misallignment in the dvd.. a spindle motor handle the dvd to work and another motor near the cover with gear system allow the tray to pull in and out for dvd..
so check that plz

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Posted on Oct 26, 2008

  • SALMAN NASEER Oct 28, 2008

    dear,

    did u check the solution what i have posted and what result, u gained from that

    regards,

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There are very tricky mechanical devices that detect when the trays are closed and in what position they are in
A gear or mechanical piece is not in correct order or not functioning properly and will need intense studying to determine which position they all should be in at door closed , laser mech. position , standby position
can you upload a photo of the inside of the cd mechanism?

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

  • jason Oct 18, 2008

    on the stereo ,

    this could be a tunning coil or a varactor diode or the tuner itself

    does it work in mono?

    or nothing at all?

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the system i had, had exactly the same problem, happened years ago but only got around to it now.

The case is quite fiddly and there are also potentially dangerous voltages inside so i would only do this if you are trained, and even then you do so at your own risk.

I have fixed the problem but i am not 100% on what the actual problem was. firstly i opened the system up and seeing as the problem was the stuck trays i went straight for the dvd mech (part 1) however that may not be necessary and the problem may have just been the front switches not reading properly (part 2).

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