We have had our system for about 4.5 year without having any issues. Recently, I put in a rented DVD. The title of the movie appeared and the clock started to move. It got to 00:00:07 and froze. The motor continued to go inside the system so we turned it off. Now, the system is totally unresponsive when you try to do anything with a CD or DVD. All other functions work fine. Now, the problem I have is that the open, eject button does not work. How can I get the DVD out?
I have just had this same problem with my Lifesytle 28 system. Unplugged the power cord at the back, and then plugged back in after about 10 seconds. Fixed the issue, and DVD ejected when I pushed the button.
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Very sorry for your loss. As always the first step is to make sure the player is connected to the wall outlet and turned on.
To put a disk in the DVD you should push the "Eject" button to open and close the tray it looks like a home(a triangle over a dash) on the front side of the box down left corner of the tray. You have the same button on the remote marked "Eject". Push either once, put the disk with the shiny side down on the tray and push the Eject button again to feed the tray back into the player. Usually the disk starts automatically and you will see a menu on the TV with alternatives like "Play the movie", "Setup", "Scenes",... you may highlight the "Play the movie" alternative, using "Up", "Down", "Left" and "Right" and then press the "OK" button. Or just push the "Play" button either on the box or the remote control. If you click "Here "you can download the manual in PDF form. To open it in your pc you'll need "Adobe Acrobat Reader" (or any other PDF reader) installed.
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you need to plug your blue ray into the internet and download the latest software for your player. i had a problem with terminator salvation downloaded the new version for my player and athough it took 20 mins to download via a lan cable from my player to my wireless hub it now works fine wooohooo i just hope its not a **** film, its just started
Yes, but is easy if you have a A/V Receiver like a Marantz or Yamaha and put in the "MultiZone" Out, in Marantz you can see in your room example a Cable, and in MultiZone a PS3 DVD, 2 outs with 1 source (Receiver).
Try this may be work
Put DVD into player - wait for regional code violation screen to appear
Once this has occurred press the M (Memory) button on your remote
Press 1 for Title 1 and Play on the remote - this will over-ride the regional code violation detection menu
You can watch the movie by pressing Fwd on remote and change chapters by using the T (Title/Chapter) button on the remote)
Switch On DVD player without disc in machine
Press 8, 4, 2, 6 and 9
Player should turn itself Off. If not switch it Off
Switch player back On
I rented Rush Hour 3 from blockbuster along with Woodcock and both did not play on my Sylvania DVD player. I did take them and put them on my computer and their was a page that came up INTERACTUAL
This DVD is enhanced with interactive features designed exclusively for use on a computer.
PLAY DVD with enhanced features (that prompted a download)
or PLAY DVD without enhanced features and you can play the DVD movie on your small home computer screen.
I believe that the DVD producers have added the ENHANCED FEATURES to be used on a computer and in so doing they do not work at least not on the Sylvania DVD players.