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it probably got jammed in there what you can do is unplug the power source and replug it back in a brief power push should eject the disk. make sure you have your unlock codes as the unit may think it got stolen if you undo the power. if that does not work to get it fixed around $89 bucks Thanks and please rate
Otherwise known as a mechanical error. The CD will not eject/insert without assistance. I have found a workaround for this, but have yet to fix it. If you take another CD and hold it inside the CD slot just beneath the ejecting CD, it will help to guide the CD out of the track. I also have to use a similar method to push the disc into the track as well.
I have a similar Lanzar unit. I had it in twice while it was under warentee for the same issue. I also had it in a couple more times for other issues. It cost me about $30 shipping both ways each time I returened it. About a month after the warentee expired, the DVD quit ejecting again.
Bottom line, I would look at purchasing a different uint or use an ipod instead of the CD.
The player thiinks the CD is still in the player. you have a shorted or open sensor. Usually thee players have 3 phto sensors to tell the controller that a Disc is inserted , or ejected or present. Sometimes a wire or piece of lint covers a sensor and makes the controller think the CD is still there. Get you a can of Air from Radio Shack and blow out the DVD drive You might get lucky and this do the job.
Some CD/DVD units have a manual opening mechanism, it looks like a small hole on the front of the unit, try using a needle or a metal rod that fits by inserting it into the hole and pushing it should open the unit in case it got stuck somehow.
If afterwards it continues to work then all's good else you'll have to bring it to a workshop.