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I pressed the "System" button on the remote control and now the DVD player is not playing my DVDs? What is going on now and how do I correct it?

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Re: I pressed the "System" button on the remote control...

Unplug the system and wait a few seconds, Replug back up hit the remove button on the system see if the dvd will come back out, and than re-start over if ya want to watch the movie.

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