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My identical system has exactly the same problem as the one described by dipaola, above. When I insert a DVD, the DVD carriage pops back open after a few seconds. In fact, mine won't stay closed even without a DVD in it, as long as the system is set to play a DVD. I'd like an answer to the big Q - Is there anything I can do about this, or should I just find another DVD player to hook into the system?
Locate your DVD player's brand name and
model number. These can usually be found on the box the DVD player came
in, or on a sticker close to the video inputs or on the bottom of the
Have your remote handy. You will need your remote to enter the input codes into your DVD player.
Locate a Web site that can help you with the codes you need for your particular DVD player, since all DVD players have different codes. Try dvdexploder or dvdunlockcodes.com, they both have an extensive list of codes for almost every kind of
DVD player manufactured.
your brand name and model number when prompted to do so on the Web
site. If your particular model number is not available, try searching
under the brand name. Sometimes you will be able to find a model number
that is close to your DVD player's model number.
the codes into your DVD player with your remote. Be sure the DVD
player's door is open-almost all codes require the door to be open.
Look at the door of the player. There should be a small hole on the door. stick the end of a paper clip into the hole and that should release the door. Kind of how you would open a locked bedroom door lock.
Since you purchased a Bose system, I can only assume that you know nothing about electronics. Therefore, I would suggest you take it to a repairman rather than try to open it.
Or, you could just buy something that isn't Bose for 1/10th the price and get twice the quality.
If you must be adventurous, you can open the unit and try to figure out what is jammed up and manually remove the DVD. Again, if you know nothing about electronics, this could get you very hurt or killed.