Question about Insignia IS-HC04091
I took off cover & removed 1 disc. It was not jammed. It didn't fix the problem until I rotated the disc tray manually. Now it is working again.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
I got the same error message this afternoon. And this worked for me. I took the cover off and removed the cd/dvds. then put the cover back on and try it again. I think the problem is simply that the disks had somehow gotten out of the tray. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
Wags22 solutions worked for me as well. However, one note: after you take out the disk and hit the "standby" button to turn it on (the way I normally turned it on), you still get the error. You have to hit the "AV Select" button to turn it on. After that, it resets the DVD and the player works normally.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
Sorry, I don't have solution. I have exactly the same problem with my Insignia. I have tried everything. It worked fine for 18 mos. I am thinking I need to discard it. Shoot. If you get an answer let me know Thank You
Posted on Aug 05, 2007
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