Question about iLO DVDR04
I have this problem with my ILO quite often when leaving a disk in for a while. The only way to fix it is to take apart the recorder and manually remove the disk. The last time that I did this I dabbed the sticky part of the ILO with a Kleenex (to tone down the "stickiness"). Time will tell if this worked, but so far so good...
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
There may be a hole at the bottom of the player that has a slot for a flat head screwdriver. This is your manual release for the door kinda like the paperclip in a DVD / CD ROM drive.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
I had the same problem. it was the disk that was left in the recorder for along time.
i disassembled the recorder (2 screws on the sides and 3 in the back) and took off the cover of the dvd recorder (4 screws). The disk was GLUED to the base it spins on...
i did it just yesterday and left it without a disk for 24 hours toprevent it froms ticking again. will see if that works...
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
You have to remove the dvd from the case. There is a small lever on the lower front where you used to push a pin to open it manually. Do not pull the try out without moving the release. It will destroy the dvd. I am speaking from experience. If the dvd is bad, you can replace it with a newer dvd. Might require surgery on the case though. If you have other questions, contact me directly offline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
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