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Tray won't open or close

I have a Toshiba SD 3750. The DVD tray came out and I opened the cover and gently pushed it. Now the tray won't open or close.

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Unplug the unit for 10 minutes, then plug it in and try again. I just had the same problem after our main power went off and on a few times (during a storm). If that didn't work and you don't plan on servicing it, before you "recycle" it, unplug it & drop it from about 3 to 4 inches from the "carpet". It may just have some crude stopping up the mechanism. Continue to increase the height of the drop untill you REALLY do have to recycle it :)

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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Hi!

Thank you. Yes, we did solve the problem; in fact, it was the way we had solved it one other time, even though I had believed it a fluke then:
we simply disconnected the unit for a couple of hours, plugged it back in and, just as last time, the tray opened easily.

Sincerely,

Dean Hunt

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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Posted on Jan 29, 2010

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SOURCE: Placed disc in tray and

It sounds like the processor in the TV or the DVD player processor is locked up, and if you unplug both units from the wall for 40 MIN, that should reset the processors back to normal.

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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Hello Sir, Hi, Tray eject problems means that the motor assembly of the DVD player is not working, what you can do is check the mechanism for loose belt, broken rack/pinion gear on the tray mechanism, and the eject motor. This needs the job of a technician, how ever you can remove the top cover and observe the mechanism. you can also see what is the cause of the problem, look for the belt gears and motor. If this is beyond your comprehension, Have this checked by a technician.

Posted on Jan 24, 2011

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