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I left a DVD in the player overnight and now I can't get it out. Whenever I try to open the tray the word 'LOCKED' appears on the dvd screen. Everything else works - I can still play it if I want to - but I can't remove it, either with the remote or the controls on the dvd itself. any ideas?

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Unplug the power cord for at least 30 seconds, then try again.

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