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Sony DVD Home Theatre system disc won't eject

Says reading then gives error code. Disc won't eject, can't open tray. Model DAV-BC150/BC250. Is there a manual eject method?

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Sounds like your TV's sound output isn't working. Check all the connections and if that doesn't do it, try hooking up some other sound system to the TV to check that it is working properly.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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SOURCE: how to play multi region disc in sony hometheatre dav-dz280

your player comes as a multi reader player..

Posted on Jan 12, 2010

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SOURCE: i can not eject the disc tray

I too had a similar problem with my DHC FL7D. The front moving panel would not move up. The screen used to say 'please wait' endlessly whenever I pressed the DVD button. I thought the drive belt might have got cut. There is a drive belt for the front panel to move upwards and downwards. Since that was intact, I disconnected the front panel from the main body to access the DVD drive system. I had to disconnect many cables and PCBs to do so. Then I opened the DVD compartment and removed all the DVDs which were stuck and re-alligned all the disc trays to its original state. I checked if all the drive belts inside the DVD compartment, it was ok. Also I tried moving the laser lens assembly to check if it was moving. Since there was no problem I closed the system. <br />After I switched on it worked again . I think it might be to do with the fact that the disc trays might have been stuck for some reason or may be the there was a software glitch.<br />

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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SOURCE: DAV-FX900W System: DAV HDX576WF is throwing an error "C 31 00" and no...

I had a problem similar problem with a dav LF1. I undid a couple of screws, poped the top of the CD/DVD drive so I could them pull the disk out by hand. I then prised the slot open a bit more with my fingers and the plastic eject arm poped up, it seems it was stuck. Works fine now.

Posted on Dec 18, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Sony DAV-880 home surround system and a

Hi,
Press Eject and Stop buttons on unit at same time for 4 seconds, display will show Unlocked, now you can eject discs.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 28, 2010

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Given how close to the warranty termination the problem occurred, I would call Sony and request warranty service. You should speak to a supervisor who will have the power to grant that concession. If that fails, open up the unit and clean the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. That may resolve it. Otherwise, the optics assembly will need to be replaced. I think that model uses a KHS-240. I can look that up if it comes to that though.
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