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First thing I would check is that you are playing regular DVDS and not BluRay. Your TV may be old enough not to accept BluRay. If it doesn't work with a regular DVD then you most likely have a bad reader which can be replaced but you will have to take the tv apart to get to it.
Hi Mouse999. From reading a bit, it seems that there's no region free hacks for the built in dvd player in that specific model.
A solution for you, would be to purchase a standalone dvd player, one that is region free or one that has a region free hack available, and to connect it to that tv. If you're in europe and your tv is pal, you also need to have a dvd player that will read both Pal and NTSC video dvd's !
If that doesn't help, please be more specific, i'll be glad to help. Thanks, cheebster.
Most likely the laser lens was damaged when the 2 disks were jammed in. You must open the tv and check the status of the laser head and its lens, if it's faulty it will have to be replaced. Fortunately this is an unexpensive part.
www.demystifyingdigital.com/...DVD/westinghouse-sk32H570D-lcd...dvd/index.aspx - A review...Seems OK the MOST important this is LENGTH OF WARRANTY... simple, it MUST be at least 2 years better to have 5.
On a DVD/VCR combo unit....the Component Output (RED, GREEN, BLUE) is exclusive to the DVD player section only (VCR can only output analogue source) and will only be able to view DVD.
To watch VCR, you will need to connect to your TV via Composite (YELLOW) cable, into the Yellow AV input on your TV. You can then tune the VCR section to match your TV's RF input (if you prefer this connection).
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to eject the disc, turn off your TV and hold the eject button then power TV back on. Regarding the DVD feature not working, you may need to change the main board. If your TV is still in warranty, call 1-800-701-0680 for an in home service.
Had same problem! Husband took back off tv, lots of screws, unscrewed the dvd player and turned it over. There is a white wheel, turn that slowly. It opens and closes the dvd "tray". He turned it until DVD came out. Tried another DVD but no good. Had only used the DVD once since owning tv. Won't use it again.
In the past we would not buy combo units. Won't ever again!!!!
I just took my West. DVD 40" apart
Very cheap DVD player inside.
Fixed one problem - the felt glued down to inside of DVD player to keep DVD from getting scracthed when inserted inside the player came off and was binding DVD - this may cause DVd to want to eject - I am calling Westinghouse to see if they will send me a new DVD player to install.
DVD has gotten louder over the past few of it's 20 month life as well - to an unacceptable level.