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I bought a Panasonic DVD (DMREZ25) last June and it has now frozen up with the signal "please wait" flashing constantly. No other controls work and I've tried switching it off, there is a disc inside.

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Try unplugging the unit, wait 30 seconds and plug it back in then hit eject.

Hope that helps...

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