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Samsung HT-DB120 DVD tray

Hi I have noticed a problem with my home theater system, the tray do not open when u push on eject. I tried to open the case n put a disk directly on the locked tray n when I push play it works normally, my question is, how to make the DVD tray open n shut. thanks, best regards

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I assume it DID work at one time. You need to take it apart and see how the tray is driven... belt or gear. If belt driven you could replace the belt.

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I have a new HT-E3500, and after 20 minutes I got the following to work.

The trick seemed to be not holding the repeat key too long.

I have a Region B/4, running 080604.01_050708-1_XSA code.

I used the R4 code from below.

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Wait till the unit is at the Samsung logo screen.
2) Open then close the tray, wait to see the No-Disc Message in the top Left Corner
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Now it to me about 20 tries to get this to work, It needed to be done without delay.
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5) Press 9 to make it regionless.
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7) Press Eject to CLOSE to close the disc tray.

8) Power the unit off

9) Now power the unit on again, it should now read all regions of DVD Disc.

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My HT-z310 dvd player does not read when i put dvd in


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Display reads OPEN LOCK when I try to open dvd tray.


Samsung Home Theater Systems have a Dealer Lock or Tray Lock Function that prevents the disc tray from being opened.
There are four procedures for turning off the Dealer Lock function. Try one, then the other, to see which works on your system.
Unlocking Procedure 1 To turn off the Dealer Lock function, follow these steps:
  1. Turn on your Home Theater System.
  2. Press the Stop button on the front panel and the Power button on the remote control simultaneously for four seconds.
Note: Repeating the two steps above turns the dealer lock on again.
Unlocking Procedure 2 To turn off the Dealer Lock function, follow these steps
  1. Turn on your Home Theater System.
  2. Press and hold the Function button on the front panel for 3 seconds. The display shows the word Unlock.
Note: Repeating the two steps above turns the dealer lock on again.
Unlocking Procedure 3 To turn off the Dealer Lock function, follow these steps
  1. Turn on your Home Theater System.
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Note: Repeating the two steps above turns Dealer Lock on again.
Unlocking Procedure 4 To turn off the Dealer Lock function, follow these steps
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The Dealer Lock feature is mainly used by retailers to ensure that the display discs are not removed. However, parents of young children may find this feature very useful as well.

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HT-DB120


what brand cd is it is it in right formatt or just reg music cd

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Samsung HT-DB120 System


call samsung proably need whole dvd base unit repaird they dont sell them seprate yet anyware i see

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MP3 CD's Not working Samsung HT-DB120 System ?!!!


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