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Samsung dvd/disc protection

When i power it up, it says hello dvd/disc protection then says good-bye, antone have anything i can try before i junk this

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This happened to us today. I unplugged the unit, waited 10 mins, plugged back in, turned back on (from the unit, not from the remote), got the same "protection" message, turned back off and on again, and that time I quickly pushed the "function" button (again, on the unit iteself) and kept pressing until I got to the "radio" function, and suddenly I could hear sound again. went back to the dVd and we can hear again as usual! Hope this helps someone. Worked for us.

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Try a hard reset: unplug from power source, remove all cabling and wait for 5 minutes before recabling.

If that fails, it is a logic board error, in which case you are probably better off buying a new device..

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