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.
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Re: My built in dvd player doesn't work
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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Hello Just clean up the laser assembly lens first and see whether it helps you. laser lens cleaning disc can be bought seperately from most of the electronic spare part selling shops at your town. If cleaning does not help you, you have to replace the laser pickup assembly of your unit with same type and number. OK.
Some of their very old sets the video input was located on channels in the 90's; Try scrolling down from 99 to 90 to see if you locate the video input; this is just the way they did things in the older sets.
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Hi anker, you'll need a mb tv turner installed in the vehicle and your dealer or someone with the star diagnostic computer to unlock the tv feature for you. I've done it on a few s class before. Now that tv in the usa is digital, the analog tv turners doesn't really work here anymore however with a few modification you can hook a dvd player up to your command system.
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I've reviewed your post, evey2011, and would be glad to assist you with this! The DVD should plug directly into the TV. When you plug the cable into the TV, there should be some type of designation for the ports, such as AV, Video, or Component. What you should do is look for the designation of the ports. If you can't make it out, put a DVD disc in the player and have it playing, then use the TV remote to cycle through the inputs on the TV to find the picture input.
Hope that helps and let me know if you have any further questions!
Try putting in a VCR tape let it load and hit stop. If the set stays on it's the VCR deck causing the problem. It will be either be bad sensors or LED or possibly the mode switch. Let me know if this helps.
might have 2 cds in it or more..gotta take the cover off and look....also a little black belt that drives the eject part might be slipping and needs replacing
good luck....also give it a good shake and see if u can loosen some cds up if too many.