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Disc loading mechanism fault. Contact any service technician. The mechanism should take out from the TV; either for repair, or replacement. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts.Surf the site with patience.http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
1)just open the player 2)remove the rubber belt connecting the dc motor 3)you
can open the disc tray now 4)if there are any dust particles or obstacles in the door way just clear them up by using the cloth(dry cloth preferred) 5)if you have any greasy material like vaseline,oil,etc then just put that in the door for easy movement of the disc tray
6)if needed change the rubber belt which is connecting the dc motor 7) just reconnect the rubber belt again and then just
fit all screws that s all
what s more your player s disc tray will start ejecting like the previous how you were using..
any doubts you can reply me i am always here to assist you thank you bye
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Despite the radio having all the instructions in Japanese, it has been ... The Eclipse AVN5504D stereo only displays eject cd, eject dvd, eject ...
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answer - had the same issue turned out to be 3 dvds in it, Remove the 4 screws holding the dvd player to the roof. wire harness will hold it up. There is an fm transmitter on top held on by three screws. remove the little screws and push the transmitter to the side. you winn now see the stuck dvds. push the extras out with a small screw driver. once they are out the eject button will eject the last dvd.
just worked for me hope this helps.
I am going to sandbag it. I can use that particular cd to workout with. I will just attach a dvd player separate since most postings can't use the dvd anyway after they get the cd out. Thanks for the help anyway! Susan
Does windows pick up the drive? If so right clcik the drive and select eject. Apart from that if theres no pin hole you could try re-installing drivers. Go to device mangaer and right click the dvd drive select uninstall then reboot let it re-install itself and try ejecting again. If the normal button doesnt work though it may be a physical issue.
Let me know how it goes.
I just had the same problem with mine and found another post that at least fixed mine.
I had a DVD in the unit as it was restarting. I took a flathead screwdriver and opened up the DVD slot by inserting at the top right corner and opening the door. On the inside, at the bottom right, is a button that ejects the DVD player (the eject button on the outside won't work while it's booting up). I ejected the DVD that was in it, unplugged the unit for 30 seconds, and then it rebooted just fine.
Same here. Had the TV for about 6 months and had a DVD get stuck for the second time. Used the same method of unplugging and plugging back in. Then hitting the Stop/Eject on the side and it came out. When plugging it back in I could hear the DVD "engage".
Had same problem as you, never will I "hit" a machine but read a post to do so. I tapped on top as I hit eject and it worked. Something about a magnetic effect as the thing ages and a solution to use electric tape. I will just tap, only as nessesary. My computer did the same (can't tap) I tried to always have a disc in drive which made it eject easier. Hope it works.