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I had the same problem. I had to take the cover off and mess with the tray. It was as if the tray had slipped back a bit and so it was not sensing the DVD. I pushed it forward and heard a click and it worked after that.
Found out what my problem was - 2 DVDs were in the unit - need to take unit out of car (very easy - 5 mounting screws, 2 plug in power connections), remove some brackets from within the unit to get to the DVD itself and then just pull the DVD out - took me less than 1 hour - and I am not tech savvy or mechanically inclined by any means