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What do you mean it does not do anything. Does the door open or try to open? If the door does not respond to the open and close functions you may want to try to gently press on the door and quickly release it. I have found that works at times. There are various reasons this could occur. Is the door trying to open? Is there a DVD stuck in the drive?
Hi, is it fully open, or just partially open? Is it nearly shut but just jammed? If so have you tried inserting a flat peice of plastic and pulling the draw open. You could do this with no power to the dvd player, It might be that you haven't inserted the disc properly and it is wedged in.
the inter relay swich on the door is molfushing,or the open and close butten is bad'', try closeing the door and at the same time that the door close's unplug the power and then plug it back in after a few seconds and see what happens it my stay closed and then you can play it,, and it my stop doing that ''if not you will have to take it in to a repare shop'''' my names is ''james ''' let me know if this works for you''' you can e-mail ' me back at '' email@example.com .
The drawer seems to hang up when it sits closed for a while. I found that using a very thin but rigid metal item such as a nail file under the leading edge, allows it to open with the first press of the
open/close button. I load the DVD, press the open/close button and it closes and stays shut.
After I submitted my problem, it occured to me that the reason for the door to continue to open and
close, was the repeated pressing of the button. The door was merely responding to each time it was "called."