Question about Televison & Video
This was a common problem for Toshiba sets a while ago, but was fixed by an engineering change. What is the make and model of your unit? With the power off, try to push in the tray a little bit (DO NOT FORCE IT!!) With the tray partially in, plug in the set and turn it on. The tray should close. If not or if the tray opens fully, then there is a problem with the position switches inside the set. These are small leaf switches that can get dirty or break. On a power up, the tray should retract to the "loaded" position.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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