The tray won't open and the player won't respond to anything
I turned it on one day and put a dvd in. Then all of a sudden the tv went black and the player was unresponsive. I unplugged it and plugged it back in and when I turned it on the program indicator (PROG.) was on with two hyphens (--) underneath it, I was unable to open the tray to retrieve my dvd, and the unit was just unresponsive in general.
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Often the tray is powered by a rubber belt. If the latter breaks or slips the try will not open/close. The motor will work and tell the electronics that all is well because it has done its job but it really hasn't since the tray is inert!
Sounds like a bad power board. They have random meltdowns all too often. Usually the cause is an overheated transformer caused by power transistor short outs. Possibly sell it. Could get over $100 for it if sold online.
I have a COBY DVD player TF-DVD7005 that hadn't been used in a while. When I charged the battery and the light went from red to green, nothing happens when I push play and the DVD doesn't spin. Could the battery be dead despite the green light and where would I get a new one?