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If you had the converter replaced, the check engine light could be caused by a faulty O2 sensor. Just out of curiosity, did you keep your old converter? The reason I ask is, you can recycle the old converter for quite a bit of money. Some converters bring more money than what the new one cost. If you didn't keep it, the muffler shop will recycle it, and get paid double for fixing your car.If you have a receipt for the work, and it hasn;t been long since you had it worked on, take the receipt to the shop and ask for your old converter back. If they have already disposed of it, ask for one like it. It's money out of your pocket. And the muffler shop should have asked if you wanted to keep it.
Mine does this from time to time. I pull the SD map card, power it off, and hit the reset button while the unit is unplugged. These units are notorious for this. But then again, they're inexpensive. No receipt ... well, you're pretty much stuck with it. No receipt, no return or repair.
If you're able to turn the player back on and watch a movie be very happy. Otherwise, if the only way to power the unit back on is to open the tray, this is a repair issue. If you bought the unit recently, it should be under warranty--as long as you kept the receipt. However, if the unit isn't in warranty, unless you paid a lot of money for it ($125+) I would suggest replacing the player.
I took the liberty of looking up Denon's warranty. Basically, you have a one year warranty from the date of purchase. If the player has to be shipped, you pay the shipping to the service center and they pay the shipping back to you. You have to have the receipt in order to take advantage of the warranty (you're required to send a copy of the receipt with the player.)
How did you pay for the heater? Cash, credit card, or check? What store did you buy it from?
If you paid by credit card, some stores can look the purchase up. Some stores will accept returns for an equal exchange based on lookup of the charge. If by check, you can get a copy of the canceled check from your bank. Take the copy with the heater to the store that you bought it, and they will likely allow an exchange.
If you paid by cash, you can contact the manufacturer, and he will ask you for the date code or serial number of the unit (he will tell you where to look). You can then discuss with them how to proceed to have the unit repaired or replaced.