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Have just bought Logik L24FED12 TV with built in DVD player that wont work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: new dvd/vhs player but old tv
The easiest thing to do would be get a new TV plain and simple sounds as if you could use one n e ways. But first make sure you are hooked up through coaxal to the tv that will allow everything to run on channel 3. Let me know your current hookup.
Posted on Dec 25, 2007
SOURCE: Built-in DVD player
Are you trying to play DVD's you've made or copied yourself or new one's you buy from an actual distributor? Because sometimes self-ripped Cd's & DVD's won't play on a LOT of DVD players. Otherwise it's bad DVD player and you should go get it swapped out if it's not too late.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
SOURCE: dvd stuck in the dvd / tv
I had this same problem and fixed it too. It was from a flat torsion spring on the loading mechanism that had moved position. It hits against the chassis of the DVD housing preventing the mechanism from seating the disk on the spindle. Result is a stuck disk and/or constantly running loading motor.
Remove the one black machine screw behind the DVD player. DVD player will slide out of TV with its black plastic trim fascia from bay.
Remove two screws that hold fascia panel, remove fascia and lift off top metal cover.
With CD loading slot facing you, the problem spring (in our situation) was at the left. Also identical spring on the right side too. These are the two torsion springs near the front on sides of chassis. The helical loop on the left should be towards the top. If it shifted to the bottom, it can hit the tab with screw used to secure DVD chassis. When this happens, CD loading mech can't complete loading disk onto the spindle. If spring flips when the CD is on the spindle.... disk can't eject.
I used a pair of tweezers to gently grab the spring and "flip" it upwards by pulling it upwards. Spring will work for mechanism in up or down position, but needs to be up to avoid interence.
Solved my problem and DVD has been great since. If it flips back for some reason, then I will try attaching a small piece of plastic to the side of the chassis to contain spring in upright position only.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
There definatley could be a firmware issue with that TV's DVD player if the model has just been released. My suggestion would be to bring a couple of known to be working DVD's back to the store and try their floor model as well. This will be easier than bringing back the TV for the second time. If this is a problem with the DVD player's firmware, LG should be able to fix it under warranty so I would call them or swap out the TV for another brand instead.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Try unplugging the set from the wall. wait 20 seconds and try ejecting the dvd. Uint ids going to have to be taken apart if this does not correct your problem.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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