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It is possible your dvd mechanism or drive has failed. please remove the player carefully , open the top and check from the point of transit to the slot for the head spindle. check for any dirt/dust/ particles stuck around to prevent smooth transport. look for the loading motor mechanism, drive for friction. correct settings. However is all the mechanism seems in order, then you will have to check on the motor drive, check for signals fromt the processsor to confirm failure of the drive- see if +B is coming to the drive. If not replace. Once the cd goes in , it should land on the spindle and start reading. Helpful.? Good day
Contact Pioneer to send it in for defective ribbon cable. They will fix it for one time for free. But if you did the video bypassed then you have a problem on your hand. Contact me at 801-414-4566 and I can help you fix the problem, I have helped many people before with this problem. Good luck.