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Door wouldn't open on one of those I found - the tiny drve belt at the front under the tray was limp but replacement didn't fix it. Next I tried a bigger motor pulley off an old PC drive - sometimes opened, sometimes didn't. You can remove the bezel off the front of the tray to expose the manual release, you can use a toothpick to press that - sometimes the tray eases after a while and starts working - sometimes you have to give it a shove.
You need to replace the disc tray belt,it streches with age.It is called a square belt,size 1.9.To open try tapping on TOP of cabinet with your knuckles just above the disc tray door.While you are doing this press the Open button.Once again this must be done at the same time,the door will open 90% of the time.When you get it open you will see the little black square belt,this can be removed and replaced with a twizzers.Make sure belt is in the track if not it will jam and door won't close.
Use your knuckles to knock on top of cabinet just above disc tray door while at the same time pressing open button,99% of the time disc tray will open.The problem you have is caused by a worn out belt drive or the tray is out of alignment.The disc tray belts only cost $2,when tray is open you can see the minature belt that controls door to the right.Use twizzers to remove and replace.Belt size 1.9
Remove the cover of LVW and access the dvd assy,unscrew the 4 screws
holding the dvd assy to the LVW bottom. Remove the top and bottom shield
(also 4 screws)and remove the top black plastic cover (4 screws). You
will access the dvd spindle. Remove the dvd
hi had the same problem, unscrew the top off from panel and just like a computer burner there is a button on the front of the burner on the inside independent of the eject button, that is away from the actual eject button. my friend drilled a small hole on the front near the burner from the outside and i stick an allen key through they hole and the tray will come open, not sure why the eject buttons are dodgy, but this should work. and do u know where i can get a replacement remote or which universal contol will work?
The tray is either broken, or off track. You may be able to get it back on track by opening the cover and checking it out, but unplug it first, and only try this if warrantee is over and you're feeling brave...
Remove the cover of LVW and access the DVD assy,unscrew the 4 screws holding the DVD assy to the LVW bottom,remove the top and bottom shield (also 4 screws)and remove the top black plastic cover (4 screws).You will access the DVD spindle.Remove the disk if you still have a disk stuck inside.Visually check the spindle sticky rubber ring,most likely some sticky material migrated on top of the rubber ring and your DVD was stuck on it. Clean the best you can with a cleaner and a non lint cloth.I used a cleaner/degreaser for electronics.DO NOT POWER your LVW BEFORE reinstalling the black plastic cover.There is a laser inside !!! You may now try and if the drawer opens and closes, reassemble everything opposite way you disassembled.