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DVD has played but it wont eject from screen
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dvd wont eject
Make sure the DVD player is level, and that there is nothing stuck inside. You might have to GENTLY nudge the door, with a careful prying motion. If it still won't eject, and you feel daring, you can open the device with the POWER OFF, (Don't lose screws), and see if it there is an obstruction. This last option will most probably void the warranty, so only do this if you are comfortable.
Posted on Nov 12, 2007
SOURCE: dvd tray wont eject
One way i have found is to (no joke) take the back panel off the TV BECAREFUL THERE IS HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE! Look to see if there is a DVD stuck in it, if so remove it. If this doesnt work let me know, i have other possible solutions
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
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Remove the power off and let the set rest for about few hours. Now try out to see if the DVD releases.
If the picture is still with the old memory of thelast scene then the processor has hung up.
You must have to release the DVD by opening panel if a reset of an overnight power on the set does not work.
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
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