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There should be a tiny hole somewhere on the front of the DVD tray, where you put the disk in. If it's not on the tray itself, it should be very close to it. Bend a paper clip out a bit, and carefully press it into that tiny little hole, and the tray should open up. If that doesn't work, then it's physically jammed, and mechanically unable to open.
this shows that the microprocessor in the motherboard seems to be defective hence its advisable to reprogramme or change the entire motherboard then programme again. this will completely provide the solution
This could be because of a damaged lens , where the dvd player tries to recognize the disc but is unable to do so and then either sends the disc back i.e. the tray opens up or the message no disc loaded is displayed.
I suggest you to :-
Clean the lens with a lens cleaner available in the market and load any disc in the player to check if it's working fine.
Get the lens replaced from the market and the problem should be solved.
Take the cover off the device, and look for anything blocking the DVD tray. If nothing can be seen, remove DVD by hand, and try manually pushing open the tray after pressing the open button.
CAUTION: Once the tray moves, get your fingers out of there FAST! The tray might not be able to cut you, but it will hurt like no other if your fingers get stuck in there!
Once the tray is open, push the open button a few times to open and close the tray. This will loosen any debris that may have blocked it. If it still won't move, then the motor has gone out or been disconnected. Have someone with experience working with electronic circuit boards take a look at it to determine the problem.
1. i thing your dvd tray is not working properly.first you do onething take needle and put inside the tray and again put a oscd into the dvd drive and perform the reinstal the os.
this solution is not working suspected issue with dvd tray.
There may be a problem with the dvd you are using. If you look at the front of the dvd player there should be a very small hole. Take a paper clip and insert into this hole which should open the dvd drawer.
Now try another dvd to the if the player functions correctly. If not it likely means that there is a problem with your dvd player.
Step 1) Download the pioneer firmware here http://www.pioneerfaq.info/index.php?question=Firmwares
The site says the firmware only works on region 2 players. For this model it worked for my region 4 player in Australia
Step 2) Burn this file to a CD-ROM with name PIONEER as per these instructions - http://www.pioneerfaq.info/english/burn_guide.php
Step 3) Load the CD and your DVD player with ask you to flash the firmware. It says press play to start but instead HOLD DOWN ENTER during the entire process. DO NOT switch off your DVD during this time. When the tray opens take the CD ROM out but keep the DVD on. The flashing can take up two to three minutes. During this time HOLD DOWN ENTER ON THE REMOTE. The entire time!
Step 4) The DVD player will reboot. The tray should be empty. It will then load the tray back into the player. If the signal is disorted switch on and off.
Your done! Should work.
The most complex way of region freeing a DVD I have ever endured! :)