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Re: coins in the car dvd player
If you can pull it out yourself you can tip it upside down and gently listen for rattles. you can possibly then shake them out gently towards the tray, but if you are confident to open the cover at the back of the unit, you can probably get them out easier - just make sure the power lead is unplugged first, or the car battery is totally disconnected.
here is the link for the installation and user manual if you need it, it has very clear instructions - ask again if you don't find what you need.
I would be surprised if a coin or two would not cause a problem at some point - if they are banging about in there they will damage something or short something out soon. You might stay lucky though.
If this has been going on a while, maybe there will be enough in the player to pay the service bill. ;)
Hope this helps :)
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I'm afraid the coins did cause a shortage in the CD player, knocking out the player. A tech should replace it, when you still want to play disks. I hope your son did learn something, because it won't be cheap in a BMW to replace the CD player.
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1. make sure there is no disk in the player 2. plug in the usb device 3. wait (about 10 seconds) until the player detects it and comes up with the file list 4. press play button on the player 5. when the first file is loaded press "next" to go to whatever you want to watch.
Auto Setup automatically searches for the right code for
your DVD player. For the most popular DVD player models, Auto-Setup takes a few
minutes or less, however, less-common models can take much longer or this
method may not work at all.
Find the Auto-Setup instruction page
in the on-screen Setup Guide. Your DVD player must be on the
Auto-Setup instructions for this method to work properly.
Engage Auto-Setup mode: Hold down
the Red button until the setup light turns off. Continue holding the Red
button and press the Yellow button three times, then release both buttons.
If you’ve done this correctly the light will turn back on and remain on
until setup mode is exited. When the setup light remains on, the
controller is in setup mode.
Wait for a message from your DVD
player. Even though you can’t see anything happening, the controller
is actually loading and testing various codes. When the right code is
found, your DVD player will tell you to press the Home button. If your
player doesn’t respond within about 10 Minutes or the time on the estimate
chart, press the Home button to exit this method, and use the Direct Entry
When the DVD player instructs you to
press the Home button, be sure to do so before the onscreen timer runs
out. If you miss pressing the Home button before the timer runs out,
go ahead and wait until a message from the DVD tells you what to do. If
you have not yet pressed the Home button, the DVD will instruct you to
press the Back button to back up to the code you missed.
I am guessing you had a disc in the drive when you took it apart (or maybe the coins had something to do with it).
What you need to do is disassemble the Bluray drive again. With the top cover off of the Bluray drive, power on the PS3, then hit the eject button. The plastic guides should snap into the right position and then you can reassemble and it will work again.
hey 1st of all you gotta make sure that your son made tha right connections with the av cable (this is the cable with three different coloured pins) from your DVD to your tv. if this doesnt solve your problem then make sure you are using the correct av channel on your tv set that will allow you 2 play your DVD player because sometimes you cant play your DVD on thhe same av cannel you watch normal tv