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Philips home cinema dvd wont eject


If you bought it with a credit card you should have up to 90 days to return it. You will void the warranty if you try my solution. look on the back and sides. There should be some small screws. Take them out and then slide the back off of the player. You should be able to see the disk tray. Some systems have a manual eject button hidden somewhere inside. Once it is open you should be able to find the model number of the dvd drive. Look up the specs and see if you can find the button. Otherwise you can try to force it open. Be extremely careful if you do this. You could strip the gears and or break it. If the gears are exposed use a small flat head screw driver and slowly turn the gears till it opens. I hope this helps.

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If there is an eject hole, you should be able to see it on the front of the drive.

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CAN'T EJECT, IS BLOCKED


I had the same "Blocked" problem and solved it - by using a rubber band! Unplug the machine and take off the outer cover. Remove the DVD reader and take off the cover to the reader - you can now easily recover the DVD that was stuck in the machine. Now slide out the actual DVD tray, you will have to bend back a couple of restraining bars to get the tray out completely. You should now see a small white wheel which is actually the end of a concealed electric motor. There will also be a larger black pulley which controls the movement of the DVD tray. If there is no band connecting the pulley and the white wheel, that is your problem and I solved it with a small elastic band. Put everything back and turn on, wait for all the messages to clear and press the eject button - the tray opens simples. It has taught me never to force the tray in manually, but to always use the eject/open button.

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I have a dvdr 615/17 with a disc in the dvd and the door will not open. The info window goes from opening to closing but the dvd never opens .


Mine does the same thing. Press eject then press and release the face of the tray. I have also had luck with gently prying a corner of the tray face after pressing eject. One other is once you get the tray out, remove the tray face.

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Tray for dvds will not open on philips mx 5000d surround system


first try to eject the tray from windows Right click on the drive icon and seect eject, it will tr to open,, but if this dont work then

turn off your computer and locate a tiny hole near eject button insert a pin in it and press " There is lock inside the pin will release the lock" and tray will come eject...

This happens because there is a rubber belt inside attached with the motor which opens the tray as we press the eject button,and that belt is loosen up, all u can do replace the small belt and problem will get solve.

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MY DVDR3380 TRAY WILL NOT OPEN, SAYS ITS BLOCKED


I had the same "Blocked" problem and solved it - by using a rubber band! Unplug the machine and take off the outer cover. Remove the DVD reader and take off the cover to the reader - you can now easily recover the DVD that was stuck in the machine. Now slide out the actual DVD tray, you will have to bend back a couple of restraining bars to get the tray out completely. You should now see a small white wheel which is actually the end of a concealed electric motor. There will also be a larger black pulley which controls the movement of the DVD tray. If there is no band connecting the pulley and the white wheel, that is your problem and I solved it with a small elastic band. Put everything back and turn on, wait for all the messages to clear and press the eject button - the tray opens simples. It has taught me never to force the tray in manually, but to always use the eject/open button.

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You will find a small hole on the face of the drive. This is the manual eject mechanism. Insert any wire-like object (a properly sized size paper clip works real well) and push until the disk ejects.

Note: Many times the mechanism is recessed quite far behind the face plate, so make sure the object you use is long enough (again, paper clip).

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Maybe this will help someone look in the right direction. A friend gave me a KISS DP-1000 with the same problem: The TV showed the 'Eject' graphic, and nothing happened. There is no little hole that you can poke a paperclip in, like on a PC. I opened the player, and still could not find anything. Then I googled the model of the actual tray mechanism (DSL-710A). The datasheet said that it did have an 'emergency eject' machanism, operated by a Philips screw at the bottom of the tray. There are no holes at the bottom of the DP-1000, only a dimple that dead-ends. I broke through the bottom of the dimple with a small, flat, screwdriver, then enlarged the hole. I felt around with a medium Philips and it fitted into something. I twisted gently, and the tray popped out. Why KISS covered the 'emergency eject' screw is anybody's guess, but I am not buying any of their products.

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Just next to the eject button on the actual recorder there should be a tiny pinhole.  If you use a small paperclip and insert it, then push, you should be able to manually eject the DVD.  Hope this helps!

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