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ooops...you may need to do a manual extraction on that...there may be a reset manual mode on that one..let me check the user guide..but it may require removing the case, and delicately releasing that mechanism from inside..
Have you unplugged it from wall since ? and, do you know if maybe the speakers are blown? Bad speakers will make it stay in "protect" Try other speakers after the unplug-plug back in routine. Try the Denon website for a manual
It sounds like the cd tray has been forced shut and has been damaged when you got the CD's out. If it was me I would of unscrewed the casing and retrieved the CD's that way instead of trying to force the try open which I'm assuming you have done.
It could just be a simple matter of just slightly adjusting the internal CD mechanism so that it can open and close properly without jamming. The error message comes up because the tray cant eject properly. The worse case scenario is that the CD mechanisam would need to be replaced. Not a hard job for a service engineer, if you dont fancy taking the thing apart yourself then a service centre is your best bet.
If you are still having the same problem with your
denon UD-M50 I might be able to help. I have fixed a number of them in
the past and have the necessary maintenance manual and knowledge of a
company that can supply spare parts. Disassembly looks very complex,
especially when the problem is with the carousel but once you have an
understanding of the mechanism it's not that difficult. Care should be
taken when manually removing and reloading the disc trays as damage can
result to the 'Teeth' alongside each. Spare trays are available. All my
repairs involved the removal of the carousel mechanism in order to
align the trays. I can copy the relevant sections of the manual dealing
with the re-alignment which is critical but again if followed exactly
you should have no trouble. If you respond with an Email address, I
will be only too pleased to forward you the schematics etc.