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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD tray won't open/eject
I had a similar problem, and I took the player apart to find that there was a motor that has a snap-in connection to a circuit board and it was just disconnected. I reconnected it and it worked fine. There are quite a few philips head screws to remove to get into the case. It slides off the back. Once inside, it's very simple looking, it is really un-intimidating. You may have 4 more very small screws to remove directly on top of the DVD tray. If you need to take it off to see under the tray that is. I'd like to guess the problem is that the motor that ejects the tray is disconnected.
Posted on Mar 13, 2007
SOURCE: No Video
Try changing the channel on the vcr, tighten connections and changing them out. Make sure the vcr is operating by putting a tape in. Basically you have to isolate the problem.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
SOURCE: cannot open the dvd door
Remove the cover, remove the disc if one is present, manually push the door open if there was a disc in there or not. Place cover back on, let me know if that doesn't work.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2008
There was a problem with Electrolytic capacitors a few years back. It affected all kinds of electronics. When these capacitors blow, the unit may look dead or if operating act erratic.
With unit unplugged open it, and look at the power supply (small tan board). Check the electrolytic capacitors they are the taller cylinder shaped objects on the board. Look at the top of all of them, they should be flat. If any are bulged upward, they need to be replaced. The two suspect ones will be towards the front of the unit, by the transformer.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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