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My Sony DHC-FL7D cannot eject the disc

Its very clear that my problem is that I cannot eject the disc tray. Every time i try to eject it, the display will show "PLEASE WAIT", and I wait for 1 whole week, I just let it be at that state, if by chance the disc tray will come out but to no avail. I would like to know if I can fix it myself or if not, I want to know how to force the disc tray to come out. Thank you in advance

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  • hariti Jan 07, 2008

    sony dhc-fl7d does not eject the disc 



  • suressss Apr 29, 2008

    Same problem

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I too had a similar problem with my DHC FL7D. The front moving panel would not move up. The screen used to say 'please wait' endlessly whenever I pressed the DVD button. I thought the drive belt might have got cut. There is a drive belt for the front panel to move upwards and downwards. Since that was intact, I disconnected the front panel from the main body to access the DVD drive system. I had to disconnect many cables and PCBs to do so. Then I opened the DVD compartment and removed all the DVDs which were stuck and re-alligned all the disc trays to its original state. I checked if all the drive belts inside the DVD compartment, it was ok. Also I tried moving the laser lens assembly to check if it was moving. Since there was no problem I closed the system. <br />After I switched on it worked again . I think it might be to do with the fact that the disc trays might have been stuck for some reason or may be the there was a software glitch.<br />

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