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Must used a philip screw driver take out all the screws to the dvd player.Must take the DVD player aparts.Take aparts out the dvd player guard shield to the dvd drive to take out the dvd dic or dics out.Don't push the open button any more,the disc or discs is jamming ur dvd door tray.Will burn out ur disc tray motor,if u keep trying push the open button,trying opening it that way.
The media converter that you used to transfer the video to the mp3 player has a checkbox that is usually selected by default that says "Synchronize audio" It is all too easy to accidentally uncheck this option. Open the RCA Video Converter, go into Properties, and make sure that this box is checked. RCA once had a link to an updated version of the RCA Video Converter, but all the links seem to be broken right now - you may have to call them if you have lost your installation CD.
Well, to solve the problem quick, I actually called in the service guy. Over here, LG comes to the door, but at an extra $40 bucks excluding parts. What I realise is that the drive is very easy to install, so could have just bought the part and installed myself, saving the $40.
With a DVD drive, it is hard to pinpoint the problem. And it being so cheap (old tech/over supply), most service centres would just replace the whole thing.
It has been my experience that some DVD-r disks work better than others depending on what brand of player you have. I would start out by buying small packages.
I have had excellent luck with TDK and Pioneer disks in my Samsung player. This link provides an in depth look at blank DVD media, including which disks are rated 'Excellent' with a successful burn rate of at least 95%. http://www.digitalfaq.com/media/dvdmedia.htm