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I Have an LG home theater system eject lock

I Have an LG home theater system and my son was pushing buttons and now the disc will not eject it says eject lock the model number is J10D-SA

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SOURCE: Panasonic home theater

Okay, that guy is soooo wrong. Do you have your remote? Click setup and click disc and click on ratings and click unlock, just click #8, you may have to do this twice but it will unlock... no taking this apart... good luck :)

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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I had this same problem with my Apex AD-500W DVD Player. I decided since everyone said the player basically needed to be replaced it wouldn't hurt to go through the buttons on the remote just to try and figure it out......I DID!!!! I turned on my DVD Player, inserted a disc, turned on my tv and then hit the SYSTEM Button right below the power button until the screen said MULTI and the machine started working perfectly. There are 3 settings in that button, PAL which made my screen go crazy, NTSC ( i have no clue) and MULTI(this one made it work)! Hope it also works for all of you!!!

Posted on May 16, 2008

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SOURCE: PANASONIC HOMETHEATER SYSTEM TO PLASMA TV

Some where on the back, bottom or sides of your plasma tv you will find input jacks for the audio and video. You must know what type of inputs you want to use.
Most have have 4 types

HDMI (audio and video signal combined)
Component (red, blue, green RCA jacks for video only)
Composite (yellow RCA jack for video only)
S-video ( larger round black jack with video only)

The Panasonic should have all of those also. I am certain it has HDMI and Component.

Connect the HDMI cable into the output HDMI jack from the Panasonic into the HDMI input jack on the TV.

Then using your remote for the TV make sure you select the HDMI input for viewing.

If you use any of the other video outputs on the Panasonic just connect it to the same type of input jack on the TV. Once again check the owners manual for more detailed instruction if you need them.

You must always be sure to have the proper input selected on the TV to be able to view it.

You can also respond back with more questions if you have any.
I am happy to help.

Dave

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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SOURCE: toshiba reads no disc

Dust infiltration is a likely culprit. Unplug the unit, open the case. Take a cotton swab and wet it with a small amount of glass cleaner. Gently wipe the laser lens several times without applying pressure, then use the other end to finish cleaning it off and to dry it. Often, so much dust gets inside these units and coats the objective lens it can't see the disc anymore. Give it a try, might work after this operation. I've fixed many CD & DVD players this way. If that doesn't work, take a can of compressed air and blow out dust from inside the laser by pointing the nozzle to the open space between the lens and the lens cover. Hold the can at least three inches away so as not to damage the internal workings of the laser assembly. Several short/sharp bursts of air might dislodge dust that has accumulated inside the laser housing.

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2 year old son has some how managed to lock our

Usually if they have a "child lock" function it is activated/deactivated by pressing and holding a button for a couple of seconds.
I would try this pressing single buttons at first, then try combos if no good.

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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