My mischevious 2 year old stuck 2 disks in one slot, we fear, and now we can't get the whole thing to work. After we power off and back on again, we get a INIT error message and then get stuck on WAIT. Our guess is that it can't get beyond the dvd issue.
Any thoughts? We're broke and want to fix it ourselves, if we can!
Remove the top by removing the screws and then you can remove the stuck/jammed discs. For the Panasonic SC-PT750 there are 7 screws, three small silver ones on the back, then 4 black ones, two on each side, all philips head. Once you have that off, gently pry it off starting from the back, the cover is actually hinged into the front plastic piece of the player.
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Re: 2 disks stuck in one slot of DVD player
Looks like it will have to come apart.
Can you see how?
Usually the top/side casing is simply 5/6 screws
2 each side and 1/2 at the back then slide back away from the from panel.
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sounds like the disk may be sticky on top and is now stuck to the chucking clamp. Try to cut power as the door tries to open, then open the door as much as it will aloow and you should be able to fish the disk out. If it is stuck, you may have to push down the disk with a screwdriver to release it.
Hi, For some reason the disk will not play. You push the eject button over and over again, but the disk slot will not open. Here's one solution... * 1 Turn off the DVD player. Wait a few minutes, turn the DVD player back on, and then press the "eject" button. If this does not work, turn it off and unplug the DVD player...while you keep pushing EJECT button plug the DVD and turn it on (your hand still on the eject..) is should come out.. * 2 ..if it does not eject , unplug the DVD player again, Remove the screws off DVD on the sides and take off the DVD casing. * 3 Look for the DVD holder inside the DVD player. This device holds the DVD in place while the DVD player reads the disk. * 4 Push the stuck DVD disk toward the front of the DVD player until the DVD ejects. Remember the DVD player is not on and some force ( gentle ! ) must be applied. * 5 While it is open,plug it on and place a DVD disc just to see if mechanism works properly.. * 6 Replace the casing and the screws. Plug the player in and turn it on. Put another DVD in to test whether the player is finally working .. Hope this helps!.. Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give us 4 Thumbs Up to continue for Helping out the Community :) .
Check the lens, sometimes dirt gets in there. Try to run a DVD cleaning disk... they are sold at many places, they are cheap and you can still use them for cleaning your CD players and DVD players at home. This should fix the problem.... if not ... try to shake the DVD player gently to remove any foreign matter that could be stuck somewhere...good luck!
Is your DVD player a multisystem player??????? If no,It is quite possible that the DVD's you are playing are not recorded on the format which your DVD can play.
It is also possible that the head of the DVD requires cleaning over use for 2 years OR the DVD being played has been lying inoperative for a long time thus gathering dust and moisture requires cleaning now