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I had a similar issue where after a power outage, the player would not power up.
I removed it from power and took the cover off looking for a fuse. Could not find anything so I put the cover back on and plugged it in and it worked. My theory is the electronics needed time to fully discharge in the circuits. I would leave it unplugged for about 24 hours. I left mine unplugged for several days. I hope this helps.
Dis-connect the plug from the wall receptical and other leads attached to to the unit. Next press and hold power for too minutes in an attempt to reset the microprocessor, now hook everything back up and power on, if this fails it probably would be cheaper to replace the combo than have it repaired.
The processor in your player may have gotten scrambled from the power outage.
Try pulling the AC plug and letting it stew in its own powerless juices overnight and then try it again.
BTW, there is no 'needle' in any player; they use a tightly focused laser beam to read the disc.
hi try to remove ur drive from ur dvd player... thae it out.. jus few screws will be available.. after taking out try to remove the small dust particles formed.. try to connect again and start to play ur dvd player..
thw fuse in the dvd player might of burnt out it happens often to people and the dont no. u can get a fuse a the storefor like $1.00 .just make sure u get the right size. you will finde th fuse on the moyher board it looks like i tiny glass tube