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It is a mechanical problem with its disc loading tray. Either a broken loading belt, or a broken gear wheel at the disc loading section can poise this kind of problem. It can be repaired; by take out the disc loading mechanism from the set. Contact any service technician. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
This is a common problem with DVDs. You must not leave them idle for such long periods. Second, you must always leave a disc inside the player. It protects the optical lance from dust. There may be some dust deposit on the lance or the loading rubber belt may have gone lose or the spindle motor which rotates the disc might have gone slow. But to solve this problem you will need a qualified technician. Good luck.
It sounds like the drawer assembly may be out of alignment...may be caused by shoving the door in instead of pressing the button to load the dvd....the timing of the drawer and the laser assembly is critical to the proper operation on most dvd's...another possibility is that if the unit has a belt drive for the door load components, the belt may be slipping enough to cause it to not fully load...It makes the player think that you never put a disk in it so it will keep ejecting because it never received a "full load" signal from the drawer components. You can take the cover off and watch the operation of this to see if it is loading all the way..if not then you will either need to have repaired or try to obtain the service literature yourself to re-align the gears to make it load properly
Firstly check the region code matches with the dvd code.
Check your manual in the front will be a list of dvd`s the dvd can`t play.has the disc been finalised.
One thing could be ,has the dvd recorder been into a cold environment, or not been used for the first time.
Take the dvd recorder into a warm room connect to the mails and leave for 2 hours , if that was the problem it should work.
Dust , for this open the dvd tray and blow to remove dust in that area of the dvd recorder.
i sent mine back for this same reason they repared it damaging it and scratching it in the process. it was the optical senser they said (this means the lazer in the dvd player. SAeems everyone that buys this **** has this trouble. I am getting a lawyer and will demand my money back....
It could be that the DVD player has a bad home switch in the dvd player or that it doesn't know that the door is closed. I have run into similar situations with CD Players years ago. Also keep in mind to unplug unit and let sit for 1 minute to let microprocessor reset. Let me know if that helps. Thank you ...Jay