Question about Yamaha DVD-S1500 DVD Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The DV-S5450 may use a belt-loading mechanism. The belt is typically black rubber band with a diameter of approximately 2 cm. It is commonly found in front-loading CDROMs for computers also. Often, as a result of age, usage, humidity, etc the belt snaps, rendering the loading impossible. The loading motor doesn't just pop the tray in or out. It also engages a clutch assembly that raises an inserted disk or lowers a disk to be ejected; this explains why you can't simply force out the tray. Clearly in your case all the electronic signals are there and the loading motor does turn.
Solution: switch off and unplug the unit and then open it up. Do a quick inspection to see if you can locate the broken rubber band. If you can, remove it and take it along with you to the nearest repair shop for exact replacement. If you are finicky around technical work, simply a competent person do it for you. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
SOURCE: dvd tray will not open
If you press the open key and it say open on the display then yu have a cut belt / blowm loading motor or power preoblem insdie the set. If it does not say open/close on the display then you could have a faultt button or processor.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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