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Hi my DVD player was working when I got out of the car but when I got back in and started the car it did not play or eject any idea what I can do

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SOURCE: Ejecting a dvd

It's a mechanical problem and the unit needs to be opened up and serviced by a repair shop.

Posted on Sep 22, 2007

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SOURCE: DVD player wont eject

Try Turning the unit off and then back on. As soon as you turn it back on push eject .

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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Hi don't have a vid i have a ripspeed dv720 it will play CDs but not DVDs it keeps coneing up bad disc any ideas


ripspeed are prone to problems, just a cheap equivelent for an in car dvd, most likely the laser is goosed

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Hi I have a brand new Carion DVD player in my car. For the first time we inserted a DVD and it plays beautifully, but it will not eject???


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Try to turn off the radio first and then turn it back on then press the eject button repeatedly. If it still not working then the problem is with the radio itself. Give it back to the dealer where you purchased it, im sure that its still covered with the warranty since its brand new.
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If you want to get the dvd out
you can try this:
First turn of you dvd player at the mains, Then power it up, But the moment it powers up press the eject button a few times so it doesn't start to load. If it doesn't work the first time try it one more time since you may not get the hang of it at first.
then you dvd should eject.
With dvd players like this, corrupt, copied or really scratched dvds may make your dvd player do this.
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Hi - I can record a dvd from the tv and can play it back but when I try to play a store purchased dvd it ejects the dvd and on the tv screen it says unknown disk, please, check disk again.

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While the above problem is not in the manual, I would try pushing and holding down the Open/Close buttton for an extended period to see if the unit will 'unlock' itself.

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My 1st suggestion is to pull the AC power plug from the wall, wait 5 minutes (have a smoke or a coffee) and plug it back in.
Then retry the functions that are giving you grief.
Report back with the results and we'll go from there.

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