I have had this htib for some time and almost all problems, even this one, can be remedied by leaving it unplugged for about 5 minutes, sometimes less. I've had this particular problem in the past and i believe it has to do with the system itself getting to hot. it needs to have lots of ventilation to keep within operating temperatures. You can try the unplug for 15 seconds to a minute trick for just about any electronics like this. Was given that bit of info while i worked as tech support for directv.
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Something is overriding the Play function. Perhaps on the remote itself or in the machine's hardware switches. Hide all the remotes. Try the front panel Play button. Works? Figure out which remote is causing it.
Still not working? Turn it OFF. Manipulate all controls to make sure they're not 'stuck'. Try again.
"Recieved unit as christmas present 2007, setup unit enjoyed playing remote radio function, family member shutoff unit using main power button when going to bed, the next day unit does not come on period...the unit was stacked upon vcr and satellite units thought problem was due to electronic heat, but upon further exams, have yet to determine cause...during internet searches, found others having same/or multiple problems..further check tells me company out of business...recommend buyer beware...as repair nearly impossible...unless electronically inclined..firstname.lastname@example.org"
Pop the top of the DVD player and check the fuse. It's located right next to the AC power plug on the inside. If the fuse is OK, replace the DVD player. Repairs cost more than a new unit. Sony has DVD players from $ 40. Any repair on any device would cost more than that. If your lucky, the unit just took a surge and blew the fuse. Hope this helps
I wasn't able to find that nomenclature "INTI" in the manual. I did find Panasonic's Customer service # 1-800-211-7262 It will take 10-15 minutes to get a live body on the phone, so if you've got spkr phone turn it on while you wait. I will keep looking for any reference to this issue and if I can find it, I will post it. Hope this is a little help
It sounds like you might have triggered something internally. I used to have just a plane CD player that had issues with this. It was the sensor for the CD. There was a little wheel that makes it come up and down. for some reason it was off track some times, and sometimes not. That might be an issue with this.
Listen to hear if there is any grinding or hesitation sounds on the cd start up.
Otherwise, it might be something to do with the power supply.
Does it work with anything else? DVD, etc?