I finished watching a DVD and took it out. After closing the door, the DVD player kept trying to load a DVD even though it was empty. If I put a DVD in, it makes several attempts to load and eventually displays a disc err on the TV screen. The DVD will play on my computer.
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DVD recorders sometimes suffer a malfuction and locks you out. Think of it like a computer and press the reset button. This might be a combination of controls. Or one for a short period of time. Consult the user guide for more information. If in doubt switch the device off at the mains!
There is a small belt under the loading tray which would have gone slack ( loose ) and the sound you hear is it slipping on the motor pulley. If you are confident you can remove the mechanism and turn it upside down and access this belt. Dismantle only if you can get the spare belt or your efforts will be in vain.
that is the laser lens , it is dirty,
you will have to cleaned use a q tips with wood alcool
dont aply to much pressure on it while wiping it
its should works if it not
that is the laser it self replaced the laser assembly
hope that will help
The tray position switch is disconnected or bent from disassembly. I expect one plug wire is off when you put the unit back. The tray switch is mounted so the tray strikes the switch when fully in and fully out.
If you're able to turn the player back on and watch a movie be very happy. Otherwise, if the only way to power the unit back on is to open the tray, this is a repair issue. If you bought the unit recently, it should be under warranty--as long as you kept the receipt. However, if the unit isn't in warranty, unless you paid a lot of money for it ($125+) I would suggest replacing the player.
I took the liberty of looking up Denon's warranty. Basically, you have a one year warranty from the date of purchase. If the player has to be shipped, you pay the shipping to the service center and they pay the shipping back to you. You have to have the receipt in order to take advantage of the warranty (you're required to send a copy of the receipt with the player.)
Every time I close my Coby TFDVD5000 Portable DVD Player I whait untill it is finished loading but then it says no disk. I took the back off to look at it, and I noticed that each time i close it the disk will spin untill the lens starts reading the disk. The problems started when i put a disk cleaner in, and i gess the lens was not dirty. Can you help me?