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Drawer closes by itself

When I open the tray to put in a DVD, it closes by itself. I can hold it open to put the disc in but once it closes, the light for that disc doesn't light up so it doesn't recognize it. But if I hit the Open/Close button again and just let it open and close by itself, it then recognizes the disc and I'm able to play it. It plays...so that's good. But why does it close by itself when I first open it?

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  • KMully2438 Mar 28, 2008

    Thanks! It's good to know it's not really something we did to it!



    It's been doing it for a while now. Since the discs still play, I never really looked into it. We are going to be getting a HD TV. Do you think that we can still use this system with a new TV?

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    I am having the same problem. Is there a recall?

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The loading mechanism is off by a tooth or 2. The tray out position switch is not being triggered properly and the tray will reenter the machine. Did this just start happening? It is possible that the sensor switches are defective too. Worse case scenerio is about $5 in parts plus the local labor rate for repair.
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