Open the casing by removing the 12 screws. 2 of which on the top of the console. Believe it or not the lugnuts need to be removed for access to more of the screws.( be careful and look 2 see which ones are removable). After the tires are gone u will see screws for the fenders, Remove them and u should have enough room to access the dvd tray amongst other things!! Good luck and be gentle
Squeeze opposite sides of lugnut to extract. It gets easier after you get the first one out because you can seehow the barbs are oriented. Mine had 3 screws under 5 lug nuts on each wheel. Two or three additional cabinet screws under each wheel. Don't overlook 2 tiny screws on jackplate also.
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There is a leaf switch inside the loading mechanism, which detects the tray to fully closed state. If this switch has damaged, this kind of fault will occur. To repair it, you have to open the set, and take the loading mechanism out, and disassemble it. If you wish to get some details, check the site linked here.Pull up older posts.
Look very closly to the loading tray and there should be a small hole in it get a paper clip and bend out one section and push it into the hole firmly and the tray should come out get your disk and push the tray back in.The belt or the motor that drives the tray has pooped out'
In the front of the Tray of the DVD is a small hole using a paper clip or similar piece of straight stiff wire, insert it into the hole, push in until you hear/feel a click, keep pushing gently and the tray will pop open.
Probably something shorted out in the power supply. Sadly these days small TVs are cheaper to replace than to repair. To remove the DVD look for a small hole on the DVD tray door. Straighten a medium sixed paper clip and push into the hole and the DVD tray should release and open. Remove the DVD and toss the TV.
Your son may have stuck something else in there too!!!--God knows mine did!!!!!! I have stated in here already how 2 access the insides of the unit.Check the questions asked by others and u will find it. If all else fails and you r forced to get it serviced by a professional, you might want 2 prevent this from happening again by removing the "smiley face mouth" piece that is attached to the tray when it opens so that little people or others don't pull it open:) It unsnaps, very easy to do
The drive belt that controls the tray probably snapped. Not sure about the mech on your set, but you can try and see wether you can lift the front cover of the tray slightly. Check to see if you can see a gear inside, using something thin you can try to manually turn that gear from right to left or the other way until the tray opens just enough for you to pull it open. If this is not possible, please refer to a repair technician. Please unplug mains from the wall before you check. Good Luck, Regards, JUS004