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There should be a small hole in the front panel that you insert a straightened out paperclip into. Push this in and the drawer will open enough to get your fingers in to take out the disk. You might need to replace it later.
its not that, it just cuts out when the sound gets quiet, the matsui thinks the small amount of sound is 'interference' so blocks it out, however if a film gets quiet it blocks it out, which is ridiculously stupid, i have no idea how to sort it out either
I have exactly the same problem with an identical model, and there's a dvd inside too. How to resolve? There's no manual eject pin hole. Switching on and off doesn't help. The red light keeps flashing. Any ideas?
A regular TV will not display a CCTV camera, because the CCTV outputs a 1 Volt peak-to-peak RF signal. A TV uses a broadcast signal, it is different. However, if the TV has a yellow "video in" jack on the back of the set, this will display the camera, as the yellow video in will process and display the CCTV signal on the TV. Let me know if this does not work.