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My built in dvd player doesn't work

I've had my tv for awhile now and just now I went to play a dvd and noticed the player did not come on I can't eject or anything I don't know what could have possibly happened to it please help. PVS 31170S1

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I'm sorry, but it's shop time more than likely. One thing you may try though, is to unplug the set from the wall and wait 2 minutes, then try again. If that fixes it, Great! If not, well, refer back to the first statement...accordianman

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