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DVL-V888 disk tray

After been watching for a while and I try to change to different disk, sat the disk on the tray as the tray start moving back in, I realized a disk wasn't sit on the right position. After the tray was shut it won't open I'm try to eject the tray nothing happened. could someone give me some idea to fix this problem?

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Re: DVL-V888 disk tray

You will have to take apart and see if you can push the disk into position other wise have to take apart tray system and remove disk.

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  1. Have you tried cold starting it; disconnect it completely from the mains for ~10 mins, then reconnect and try again.
  2. It is probably a problem with the EPROM or the CPU. You could try resetting the software by holding in the STOP button while turning on the power to the unit. If that doesn't work it sounds like the EPROM is corrupt or the CPU is bad.

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I'm looking for the owner's manual.

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Likely that it's just a fuse, take the cover off and replace the mains fuse located close to where the power lead is, if it blows again, you will have a power supply fault. Phil

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Pioneer DVL v888 disk tray will not open. There is a disk in it.

There isn't a way to open it by hand without removing the cover.

As for fixing the tray, there might be a few reasons why its not working. When you press one of the eject buttons, do you hear the usual whirring of motors? If you do and the tray still does not open, then the problem may be a broken rubber belt near the front.

If you don't hear the whirring of motors, then try playing the disk. If the disk does not play either, then the disk loading mechanism is out of sync and may require manually resetting it. This is accomplished by carefully pulling the spring loaded carriage upwards or downwards until it responds to the play button. Be very careful not to touch any of the exposed electrical components and capacitors, electrical shock may occur.

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DVD players are a dime a dozen, go get a new one....

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You need to remove the cover and expose the area where the motor sits close to the front, you will find a broken belt, replace that, if you can't get to the screw to remove the assembly, use your fingers or screwdriver to turn the cog so that the drawer is manually opened. make sure power cable is unplugged first.

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is there a tiny pinhole to push in a paper clip to eject the tray?

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