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From what you describe, it sounds as if one of the microprocessor(computer) ICs is defective, or the soldering to it. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
Although not fully familiar with your unit, many receivers have a small lamp behind the display panel. Sometimes they burn. It is not to easy to replace them bya DIY. If the unit works fine otherwise, it could be just that. lots of other units use Fluorescent type displays, and if they go bad, causes are more complex.
It is more than likely NOT the switch that has been destroyed. I am quite sure the switch could handle 1A without burning out.
What has more likely happened is you have damaged some internal components. You will not be able to tell which ones by their appearance alone.
Is there a fuse on the board? check to see if that has blown.
thought I was going to get a response from FixYa - your website said queries answered with no charge - if I had wanted the premium service I would have gone straight for it but as there was no hurry I decided to go for the other option, it does not appear I will receive a solution from you and have therefore taken my unit back to the Samsung service centre for repair.
Had the same problem. Found that the code refers to the cooling fan. Could be that the fan is dusty or not running when the system starts up. I removed the fan with the two screws and reseated the plug. Make certain that the short, black wire (that seems to go to nothing) is securing the plug to the board.
please try if this helps:
1. Remove disc from tray. 2. Switch off player and unplug from mains. 3. Wait 30 seconds, then reconnect mains. 4. Turn on player with remote. Wait for player to finish loading and display 'no disc'. 5. Press enter on remote. (There will be no on-screen response.) 6. Press 8, 4, 2, 6, 9 on the remote. (There will be no on-screen response.) 7. Press enter on the remote. Player will automatically shut off. 8. Turn player on. 9. turn off. 10. Turn player off then on again. 11. Player is now region-free.
Try a couple of things: 1. Will it take an audio CD? 2. There might be something stuck in the path the drawer takes when it's closing, shine a light in there and see if you can spot anything that doesn't look like it belongs there. 3. This one will sound dumb, but pick it up and shake it gently