Question about Panasonic SC-HT920 System
My darling sons put 2 magnetic clips, that hold our entertainment unit doors close, into the DVD player. We didn't realize this until I went to take it apart to figure out why the only DVD in there wasn't working and heard them moving around. Before taking the player apart, it would say "Hello" on the display and then "INIT", followed by "Please Wait". If you asked it to OPEN, it would make a little noise and then stop and the display would read "Open". The same with closed. It wouldn't recognize the disc in the No. 1 spot (saying "No Disc) and wouldn't move to any other spots to read discs. When I took the cover off and extracted the DVD, I noticed that the clips were dropped under in the DVD reading area. I had to take the top portion of the turn plate (the part the holds and spins the DVDs) off in order to get the clips out. I put it all back together and tried to get it to aleast open, but it would just read the same display as before. Then I noticed that it wouldn't even say "No Disc" when requested to scan the No.1 spot. It still won't move to other disc spots and doesn't read "Closed" when requested it to open and close (which it still doesn't do). I took it apart again to see if I could notice anything broken or odd to me, and I couldn't. I played with the power while I had it apart and noticed that all the machine does is move this rectangular piece (located under the area the DVD is to be read and set back a bit from the actual reader, I could only see it with the DVD turntable taken out) a tiny bit forward and back, though it has more distance to move than it actually does. I assume it's involed with helping the gears to open and close the unit and turn the DVDs to access the requested DVD. What I am wondering is whether my DVD player is done for good or is it fixable. If it is fixable, what may be the problem and possible cost to fix it. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I know my unit is 4 years old, but I've enjoyed it and would love to be able to keep using it!!
Thanks in advance,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dvd tray will not open
Sounds like it's jammed it self up, if you got finger nails try pulling the front on the dvd drive as you push the open button, otherwise look for a little tool of some sort to wedge in the front of the dvd drive to give it alittle movement as you press the open button, it may need a bit, just be careful not to break it lol , if still no luck unscrew the sides and back if it has screws at the back , lift the top off , and push the dvd drive from in there , that will atleast get the disk out, and lets hope solve future problems ,
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
SOURCE: Unit says Init Please Wait
I've just spent the last 3 nights trying to fix that same issue with my
player. I ended up pulling out the dvd tray assembly, and making sure
there wasn't anything broken inside or obstructing other pieces. Come
to find out, my 1 year old had pulled on one of the trays and it pulled
the tray off it's tracks. After that, it would just go to "init please wait"
forever. I pulled the side track cover off and aligned the tracks
manually. Everything had to be absolutely perfect or else you'd get
nothing. After the fact, I realized that there were two holes in the
bottom of the player that you can take a spare small gear (which is attached to the plastic cover on top of the dvd tray assembly)
and stick it in there and manually adjust the tray positions to make
sure everything is aligned properly. After messing with it three days,
it ended up being quite simple to fix. Everything works like a charm
now. If you need details, feel free to email me.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
I have the same exact problem. Turns out my toddler has stuck a piece of paper in the tray, so the tray was just stuck. I just undo the four screws on the side and 3 in the back, lifted up the top cover, remove the paper causing the jam, put everything back together. Problem solved. Saved $140 from having to sent it to Panasonic
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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To unlock, manually press and HOLD the open/close button & the stop button simultaneously, and HOLD them both down until the lock picture disappears. The DVD will eject when you press the open/close button.
To lock the DVD inside the machine, repeat the same step, and it will lock it inside.
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