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DVDs presumed stuck and the player won't eject

After receiving this version from my 5 year old son, it appears that there are two DVDs stuck in my Onkyo DV-CP702 changer. The changer will not eject, and it comes up with the message "mech err" on the visual diaplay. Can anyone let me know ifthis problem is fixable and if so what the next step is. thanks.

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  • Marboo21 Aug 19, 2007

    Beauty Mate, thats done the trick, all solved. Thanks for your help.

  • ppulve Jun 03, 2008

    Had the exact same problem. Did have some discs stuck in there and got them out by shaking the machine upside down. However, after I got them out and plugged it back in I still had the same "Mecha Err" problem.

    I decided to unscrew the top and take a peak under there and lo-and-behold there was still another disc in there that had gotten wedged under a metal tab.

    Put the machine back together and it worked. Never hurts to "look under the hood."


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Just encountered same issue (Mech Err) and same solution worked. Turning on side released four cds. Had to remove top cover to remove the remaining two. Put it back together, plugged it in and it works!

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Hi, If you feel comfortable opening the unit, then you may remove the top cover normally held by 2 - 4 screws. The tray should be visible and most units have a locking bar right at the center to hold the discs down. Removing this (2 screws normally, 1 at each end of the bar) would expose fully the tray with the 2 discs on top. Remove the discs and put the locking bar back with the screws. You can test the unit without the top cover. Please be reminded about safety precaution when working with active/live units and laser equipment. Power it up and check if the "mech err" still shows. If not you're set to cover it up, otherwise, your probably better off seeking the services of a qualified technician. This is a generic method which normally should apply to most CD/DVD units. Good luck and kind regards.

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  • Joeamazon Sep 24, 2010

    I just had a new room mate move in yesterday. And had this problem with his cd changer while he was out getting more of his stuff. I took the top off and found 2 cd's one on top of the other. I think I'll keep this one to my self. Thanks so much!!!!!!

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