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Dvd player is locked

The cable company hooked up a dvr to my tv for some reason when I went to ejected dvd it read that ir was locked! This is the first time this has happened n
ow I can't eject my dvd's

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If there was a dvd in the tray and the cable guy moved the dvd player, there's a good chance the disk might have slid off the tray and is now blocking the tray from opening. Also if the machine was moved there is a good chance the tray/laser lock might be on. It is a switch or button located on the bottom of your dvd player. Check your manual for exact placement. It is built in for shipping purposes so they don't get broken from rough handling. Hope this helped!

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