When putting in a dvd it will just eject it, tryed others dvd and they do not work. Before it got to this point the dvd would just spin and the sceen would say loading, but nothing would come on. Got any thoughts?
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Re: will not load a dvd
Dirty laser assembly or Just a bad laser. When you stick the disc in if the laser does not see it at all it will eject the disk out right away. And what you described it has been doing this for a while. I do not know if a lens cleaner will work for you. Generally they have to load to clean. Taking apart and cleaning with Rubbing Alcahol and a Q-tip. might be your answer but this sometimes can be difficult,because generally the mechanism is in the way and restricts access the the laser. If you are good at repairs try cleaning the laser if not maybe take to a shop and get an estimate.
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When a tape won't eject, the problem can be caused by several things. The most common problem is that the belt that operates the eject mechanism is slipping and not allowing it to eject the tape. This can be fixed by either using a re-grip solution on the belt or having the belt replaced. With the cover off (be careful not to touch anything live with power) and try loading and unloading a tape. Try to find the motor and belt which operates the loading mechanism. When it "catches" as you say, try moving the belt pulley with your finger to give it a little help and see if it continues on with the operation. If it does, the belt is probably slipping. It takes more effort on the belt & pulley during an eject sequence rather than the a load sequence, so it may load fine but have trouble ejecting. Gravity and the weight of the tape is why you may not have this problem during the load sequence.
Hi, method 1: there will be a small tiny hole in the front panel below cd tray,insert a paperclip (don't use screw drivers) just flush it in smoothly and press eject button ,it will eject method 2: restart your system try to eject before the os loads, method 3: go to device manager find your device there and uninstall the driver and reinstall it i hope that any of the above method will work regards, cseian
The Honda dealer just wanted to replace my entertainment center without even troubleshooting and I wasn't convinced that it was "broken" so I found the FIXYA website and saw that others had the same problem and I followed their instructions and it now works fine. I am going to call the Honda dealer to complain because they should have known this.
We simply pulled the fuse out and put it back in and then reset the radio code!
I had the same problem today. I got a screwdriver and opened the case from the back. It was simple, just 3 black screws. Then I looked in the unit and saw that there were 2 dvds loaded in the unit. Apparently, my daughter didn't realize a dvd was already in the loading tray when she loaded another dvd. I gently removed the 2 disks by prying the black plastic holder open and sliding the disks out. Then I put the cover back on and put the screws back in. Works fine now. I hope this helps you. I don't think the unit has a manual eject button, but it sure was easy opening the case and looking in the unit myself. Good luck.
Be sure NOT to load any CD+ -R,CD+-RW or DVD+-R,DVD+-RW to this unit. Try to load up a standard CD see if there is audio first. If so,try a good(not scratches) dvd movie.If you have tried both and still not working.You need this unit to be repair or buy a new one! Joe