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I had d problem where mi dvd was unable 2 eject cuz it was locked, so i uplugged it den pluggd it bak n held d power button and it suddenli went off as i was holdin d button n now it doesnt wanna *** on..pls help

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Normally when the VCR is plugged in, the display should blink. If not, it could be broken. Since I am not sure about this model, do an experiment. Unplug the unit. Wait for a few minutes. Plug it back in and insert a video cassette. If it powers up and the display turns on, VCR should be OK. The unit may be reset to factory default and the remote might be set to different code. The remote can be reset to factory setting by removing the battery for a few minutes.

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