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DVD stuck in my Panasonic DMR-E30

I just recorded a movie from Nero but it failed to completely burn. I tried to see if anything burned on the disc so I put it in my player. The DVD is now stuck as the player is trying to read the disk. I have pushed the open button many times and I also tried pushing the stop button and the up button at the same time but the DVD is stuck. Do you have any ideas how to make it eject?

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  • Robert Santana Feb 18, 2008

    Ginko, Thank you for your help. I tried to do that but when I start it back up, it goes straight into Recovery Mode and then into Play; even though I press the open button at the start up.

    Is there something else I can try?

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Disconnect the unit from power. Power it back and press the eject button several times right before the machine is powering up. If you succeed in doing it before the machine start reading the disk, then it should open. This work for many dvd players.

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Hi,

To eject a disk if the unit won't operate (U99, etc.): With the unit OFF, press and hold "Power", "Stop" and "Channel Up" for 5 seconds. that's is your problem will be solved.

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  • Priya darshan Feb 18, 2008

    Here is another method:


    1. Press and hold the power switch.

    2. Unplug the Panasonic

    3. Wait a bit (say, 15 seconds)

    4. Plug in the Panasonic

    5. Wait for the disk to eject.

    6. Let go of the power switch.

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Hi Rock.

I had the same problem like this on my machine. The best way to fix it is to turn the machine off completely and hold on the eject button then turn the power on. You want the first thing the player does is to eject the disk without trying to read it first.

I hope it works let me know if it doesn't and i'll try and recreate the problem on my player and see what i can do to get the disk out.

The last resort is to manually take the disk out but lets cross that bridge if my suggestion above doesn't work.

Thanks

smeags.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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