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When does it open on its own?Sometimes it is easy to be press the open button as you close it which of course opens it straight away.It can also fail to lock closed if not opened further than its initial amount that it does open.To close it after it opens you need to draw it back to rearm the mechanism.
Try when closing, hold button for 5 seconds when already closed and attempt to open. If it opens all of the way. Keep button depressed and hold button when it gets all of the way open,hol for 5 additional second and repeat this open and closed. This will tell the body sunroof ecu Walt the travel limits are
Hi, is it fully open, or just partially open? Is it nearly shut but just jammed? If so have you tried inserting a flat peice of plastic and pulling the draw open. You could do this with no power to the dvd player, It might be that you haven't inserted the disc properly and it is wedged in.
Open the computer casing to access the DVD drive from inside.
Disconnect the cable on the DVD drive leaving only the power supply connected to it.
Turn on the computer.
Push the OPEN/CLOSE button on the DVD drive. If it does not open, the drive is broken or the door drive motor is defective. If it opens, push the button repeatedly to open and close the door repeatedly to release any frozen part.
If the door does not stuck anymore, shut down the computer.
This is a faulty condition caused by lack of error control in the firmware. Try this:
Unplug machine from wall for 5 min. Hold "open/close" button in and then plug machine into mains whilst continuing to hold the open/close button. Keep holding open/close button for about a minute, as these machines are notoriouly slow to "boot". It that doesn't work, repeat the procedure, but hold down the power button instead of the open/close button in an attempt to reset the memory settings of the unit. Good luck.
The drawer seems to hang up when it sits closed for a while. I found that using a very thin but rigid metal item such as a nail file under the leading edge, allows it to open with the first press of the
open/close button. I load the DVD, press the open/close button and it closes and stays shut.
After I submitted my problem, it occured to me that the reason for the door to continue to open and
close, was the repeated pressing of the button. The door was merely responding to each time it was "called."