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The problem is in the power supply board, often caused by a defective capacitor that becomes open, cap value is usually around 1000uf and sometimes shows a bulge at top leaking contents, if you are handy with a soldering iron replace part with identical value and voltage rating and observe the polarity.
Possible failure of the main control panel, possible the processor is malfunctioning or faulty.
remove and fix back all connections and connectors.
if there is no action or response then the processor/associated circuit/mother board can be defective
check the leads our pushed in firmly, then turn the dvd player off leave for 5 - 10 mins turn back on and hopefully setup instructions will be displayed on your tv follow them thro and that should fix your problem :D
its an outside chance but if you hold down the power button and the play button together when you plug the player in it usually resets the software. if it doesn't work, what the hell it was a freeby !
Sounds faulty to me, I'd take it back to the store and get a
replacement. However, I guess you want that DVD out first? I'm not sure
this will work because the units logic board is mostly likely faulty and will
prevent the DVD transport from opening. Unplug the unit and press the
eject button, keeping it pressed plug the unit back in. If the unit
does not come on then press the power button too. If the unit starts to
open release the button immediately. It's unlikely to eject, but you might get lucky.