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Someone needs to open it to SEE what is happening--if the unit holds more than one disc (model seems to indicate that) you likely have a mechanism problem with something jammed or even broken--mechanism could also be out of alignment which is a task for a pro.
Look and see what is happening is first thing needed here.
ok what i need to know is what it`s doo ing like will it pawer on but nuthing hapens or just dont do any thang, if its ither one you will need to take it apart but first make sher its not pluged in to any thang be for you take the top off the dvd player with out damiging the cd ,
first wonc you have the top off the dvd player look for a fuz its smol and its long if it looks blak
then its out replace it with a new one then put the top back on but dont put the scerws on yet
just plug it back in if the bord is bad you might here sumthing if not its okay to tern it on if nuthing hapens unplug it then take the top off if the fuz went out agen then its dead ,naw to git to the dvd ther are 4 scerws take thows out look for a wight gear below the dvd if you can move the ger to git the dvd out you might half to keep moving the ger you will notic the tray moving if not move the ger to the uther sied that shued werk with out damige to the dvd
Most DVD players have a flap then the tray pushes open when it comes out. What you should do (if its already broken anyway) is, using your fingernails, pull open the flap (if there is one) and then pull out the tray manually. Pop the disk in and let it close, or just push it yourself. PUlling the tray should not damage any internal components except for the gears that move the tray, which are not related to the disk reader, power converter, or anything else.
hi! try this one i hope it will work on your unit. Remove any disc in the tray, Press the SETUP on the remote control. Move over to GENERAL using the arrow keys; Select BASIC, Press DISPLAY - this will display your region and firmware version. Press CONDITION/MEMORY (nothing is displayed or changed on the screen). Press the REGION # required (i.e. 2 for Region 2 etc). Press MENU to store.
You know you can place a paperclip in the hole next to the DVD drive to release the door. Never just pull on the tray when it is all the way closed. Once the door is part way open you can gently pull it out the rest of the way. This will not fix anything, it just allows you to open the tray once.
It could be electrical or mechanical. Without checking there is no way to be sure. You can get the service manual for your model for 10.00 at the following link. That should get the problem taken care off. http://www.electronicsrepair.net/dvd9.shtml
We had the same Pioneer DVD "tray lock" problem and I tried holding the button for 10 seconds and nothing happened. Tried 30 seconds, nothing happened. Tried almost a minute and nothing happened.
What worked: Not sure how long I held it the last time, but was holding it down while very very gently picking with my nails at the edge of the tray to try to pry it out a bit, and it opened! Now it seems to be working again.
my system was experiencing the same problem with the tray going in and out. i took the system srews out of the case , and opened the body up, there was a CD that had been dislodged from the tray while the wife had moved it to clean. removed the cd, works like new. hope this helps you.