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Will not read disc or eject disc - Sharp AQUOS Blu-ray Disc Player

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There's a few things you can try. Turn off unit, unplug from AC for 5 minutes or so, plug back in, turn unit on, hit eject/open.
OR..same as above, but hold the eject/open button, then turn unit on.

Sometimes a combination of these odd procedures actually work. Sometimes holding the stop button, and hitting eject/open works too. Hope this is helpful.

Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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  • marilynrushw Nov 29, 2011

    Thank you, it worked. Have been trying for week to get the drawer to open!!

  • Darlene Jan 06, 2013

    Yes! Thank you so much! The disc was stuck in my player for 2 weeks and finally I called Sharp. They suggested that I send the machine to a repair center a couple hundred miles away - at my expense of course. I was even more determined to find a way to get this thing out and I found you. Thank you again:)!

  • Darlene Jan 06, 2013

    I was really determined to find a fix after talking to a Sharp rep who advised me to send the machine to a repair center miles away - at my expense, of course! I'm glad I found this site. Thank you!

  • rc Jan 10, 2013

    Glad I could help!

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Found that 'rc's' solution of on-off and trying lots of button pushes worked. Now, I have a new system to play and record with, how shall I use the 'old' stand-alone' DVD player??? LOL

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Unplugging for 5 minutes, then plug in and turn on while holding the STOP button on the remote and pressing the EJECT button on the actual player worked for me.

Posted on Aug 19, 2012

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