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Plug out the device,Open the outer shell or strip the outer shell take a hair dryer heat up the board slightly until it feels slightly warm then plug in and switch on and remove disc.Then put outer shell back and fasten screws that where removed.
There was probably a power surge either when the power went off or when it came back on. There is most likely a problem with the power supply inside of the DVD/VCR. You should either get a new one or take it to a repair shop to be fixed (it needs new parts and it is not user fixable). To prevent this from happening again you should get a surge protecter. Sometimes you might have something that looks like a surge protecter but isn't. Make sure it says surge protecter on it.
hi i have sorted the problem i went on line of the make of the thomson freeview and their was other people with the same problem and they help me by reading their instrutions on their page now it is working .
I had the same problem, After googling for a few minutes I found the reset procedure for this player.
1. Turn it on. 2. Eject any disk you have in there and close the tray. 3. Hold down the "STOP" button on the player (not remote) until the green light flashes red and the system reboots. 4. Insert disk and enjoy.