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Dvd tray is stuck, won't close

Dvd tray is stuck and is not closing now?

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SOURCE: The dvd draw will not open when I press the open/close button.

You can try reseting the unit.
Reset the set to the default factory settings:
All the information stored
(programmes, time and date) will be lost.
1.
Disconnect the set from power supply.
2. Press and hold down "STANDBY•ON" on the set and reconnect the set.
3. As soon as "IS TV ON?" is displayed, release "STANDBY•ON."

Hopefully reseting it will clear whatever problem it is having and allow you to once again use your DVD player.
Hope this helps. Good Luck.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Dvd tray wont open or close

if the tray is not working, check the belt in the motor, maybe it is lose, or check the limit switches, maybe one of those is malfunctioning. actually they has 3 wires.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: DVD DOOR TRAY JAMMED (MRD 200 MAGNAVOX DVD SURROUND SYST)

That's an old unit!!!! Reboot is what happens when you shut the computer down and then turn it back on. This is not exactly a computer but it does have a processor and it does require the same treatment. You'll probably have to pull the plug too, for a minute or so.

If this doesn't help, you probably have a broken tray mechanism, either mechanical or electronic failure and repair is iffy and probably not worth the money.

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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Is so try cycling the power to see if it will kick it out.

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