Question about Televison & Video
There are five screws minimum that you have to undo on the outside of the case. Once you have done this pull the case off, make sure it is unpluged from the wall and you have it away from any children.
Next there is a white or black plastic piece with a metal piece on top of it above the DVD itself. Use a pair of needle nose pliers to move the plastic piece that protrudes through the medal one so it unlocks the two pieces from each other. This will allow the DVD below it to move freely. WIth the pliers lift the two pieces away from the DVD and plug in the player, turn it on and eject the disk. (more than likely you have more than one disk in there or two disks.) The two pieces could fall down, if this happens you can actually turn it upside down to get the pieces where you need them to reconnect them. It might be easier to put another DVD in and then connect the two pieces again that go above the DVD to hold it into place. Once that is complete put the case back on and besure to align the screws completely and do not strip them, they should go in easily and smoothly.
IF this all sounds too hard for you to attempt remember a new DVD player is like 30 at walmart.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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