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Try code scanning with a universal remote. My favorite are directv and comcast. directv is mute + select, then 9912, then power, then channel up until the unit powers with the remote, then push select. If you miss the code, you can channel down and back up. Good luck.
Eject button may be any button on the remote, just mash buttons while the unit is on.
2 things usually cause this kind of behaviour
1-the dvd+r have been burnt at a high speed
2-the dvd player itself is a bit old
when you burn your dvd+R always burn them at a lower speed lowest if possible it'll take longer but it's well worth it and you wouldn't have a problem playing them back
If a disc gets stuck in the recorder, there a few steps to try before the problem becomes service-related:
1. Power the unit off (so it shows the clock), then simply press the Open/Close button. The unit should power on and attempt to eject the disc.
2. If the above doesn't work - power it off again, then press and hold the STOP and CH UP button on the recorder itself together and hold them down until the unit powers up. This is called a force eject. If this doesn't work (usually if it's not going to work the recorder will simply come on momentarily then loop back into "bye" and go back to the clock), there is one last method to try.
3. Unplug the unit for 30 seconds. Press and hold the same buttons as above as you plug it in. After it performs the self-check "ooooo" across the screen it should do the force eject. If not, the unit requires service to be repaired and possibly the drive replaced.
Sound like it either has one or two problems, the door is stuck and or the door eject motor has failed. Look in the front to the player for a small paperclip like hole, and use a paper clip to manual eject the and engage the loading mechanism usually located under the door for most cases. Check you manuals troubleshooting section for manually ejecting a CD..
Sounds faulty to me, I'd take it back to the store and get a
replacement. However, I guess you want that DVD out first? I'm not sure
this will work because the units logic board is mostly likely faulty and will
prevent the DVD transport from opening. Unplug the unit and press the
eject button, keeping it pressed plug the unit back in. If the unit
does not come on then press the power button too. If the unit starts to
open release the button immediately. It's unlikely to eject, but you might get lucky.