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2004 Ford F150 rear entertainment system will not eject dvd, will play the dvd and will run when eject button pushed but will not eject the dvd any ideas on how to get the unit to eject the dvd?


The unit is connected by small set of gears that push tray /disc out. As tray comes out it either pushes disc out of slot or pops open door (depending on which style of face you have). If you have kids I would not be surprised if something is caught in between disc and face or jamming edge of door. (know this from own experience). The face of player can usually be carefully popped off by gently prying at corners. If you get face off you may be able to see if something is stuck in unit that does not belong, or see if a piece is broken loose near face. If unit has door that opens you can try using a slim but stiff piece of plastic and keep tension on door with plastic while hitting eject button. On some units there is a small hole on face that is manual release that ejects disc - even if no power. Usually takes a long straight push in hole (straightened paper clip or dental pick) and it manually pushes gear set to go out. So many of these units are different but most do have a manual release. Check owners manual to see if it shows a picture of face and possible release hole. Have had kids fight over changing a disc and pushed in on it while it was ejecting so it stripped gears, and had kid hang on ceiling mount unit that tore screen totally off. I feel your pain....

Jan 21, 2015 | 2004 Ford F150

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My panasonic dvd player shows locked when I tried to eject. I can't eject tehDVD. My kids could have jinxed it. Model panasonic sc-pt550 TQ


There are two lock conditions for this device.


If you can't eject the disc:


Enabling removal of disc

1. Select the DVD/CD function.

2. At POWER ON condition, press and hold down the stop button and the power button on the player for at least three seconds.

(The message, "___LOCKED_" appears when the function is activated.)


If you can't operate the functions:


Enabling operation of selector and disc

1. Select the DVD/CD function.

2. At POWER ON condition, press and hold down the play button and the power button on the player for at least three seconds.
(The message, "___LOCKED_" appears when the function is activated.)

Hope this helps!

Apr 08, 2011 | Panasonic DVD-S52 DVD Player

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Kids Discovery Camera. Put new batteries in. Won't power on. Can't find the manual for trouble shooting. When I plug in to USB it shows that connection.


Install the driver and plug it into your computer. Then eject it from your computer using safely remove hardware.... I did this a few times and it worked.... I coulnd't power it on or off prior.

Sep 03, 2010 | Sears Discovery Kids Digital Kids Camera

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2006 Toyota Sienna with an ADVENT DVD


Well, if its crammed in there from kids shoving stuff in there as kids will tend to do sometimes, then i am sorry to say, you most likely will need to get a new player. Cause general when something is jammed into disc slot, other components that are vital to operation have been compromised. But on the other hand. If it was working and operating fine one minute, and the next it simply just wouldn't eject. Your problem is one of the 2. Is the player making any noise as if it is trying to eject the disc but will not, and can you still at least play the disc and watch it since its already in there? If so. It sounds like you have a bad gear or a little spring that has popped that engages the gear to make the mechanism for disc ejection impossible. Or the main drive belt has dried and broke. Take it to a local tech. 2nd. If its not making any noise when eject button is pressed. The button itself might be bad. Try the remote controls eject button. If it has one, that might eject the disc. Hope this helps. And in tghe future, no paper clip tricks okay. Only damage can occure with that method. good luck,

Apr 26, 2010 | Televison & Video

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Parental lock on cant eject dvd


1 try un plug and plug back in
2 if not work enter menu and look for settings and look for parental lock or ratings most codes are 1234 / 0000 / 5555 or 8888 but if you changed code i will not know
3 open dvd and look for rubber belt and cog then turn it until dvd draw opens ( UN PLUG FIRST )
hope this helps
MERRY CHRISTMAS

Dec 12, 2009 | JVC XV-N322 DVD Player

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I am getting the locked display


Hi Blackhawk,
This sounds like you've accidentally set the "tray lock" feature.
You can set this to stop unwanted tray ejections:
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I hope this solves your problem..
Warm Regards
Mike

Nov 28, 2009 | JVC TH-M303 System

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GoVideo DV1140 Unlock


You must push and hold power and dvd eject at the same time.

Oct 07, 2007 | GoVideo Go Video DVD/VCR Combo

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My disc drive


press and hold the eject button until the system reports it is unlocked again This feature was designed to be a childproofing feature, to stop kids from inserting slices of ham or playdough into your player

Jul 30, 2007 | Sanyo DWM395 DVD Player

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Locked dvd tray.


To unlock, manually press and HOLD the open/close button & the stop button simultaneously, and HOLD them both down until the lock picture disappears.   The DVD will eject when you press the open/close button. 

 

To lock the DVD inside the machine, repeat the same step, and it will lock it inside. 

Apr 07, 2006 | Panasonic DVD-A110 DVD Player

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