The tv switches to dvd mode constantly and doesnt stop for a while. the disc tray pops in and out and then freezes. then when we unplug the tv, it takes a while for it to turn back on. remote doesnt help at all.. HHEELLLLLLPPPP!!!!
if theres a way to disable just the dvd.. i would be happier than a make a wish kid at disney land!!!
Sounds like the DVD button on the remote is stuck. try taking the batteries off your remote, press the DVD buttons a few times and put the batteries back. If it doesn't help i suggest try the tv without the remote, see if it makes a difference
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if the power cord has been properly connected to the power outlet.
if the main power has been switched on.
(DVD player's power supply transformer could be burned out)
Screen is "frozen" or completely black, or
Power button does not work
turning the power off and wait 3 seconds before turning it on again.
sure the TV and VCR (if connected) are set to the correct channel or
Does not play disc
disc. - Load a disc into the tray.
has been loaded upside down. Place the disc with the label side up.
region code does not match region code of the player.
type is not the correct type to play.
is damaged or dirty. Clean the disc or try another.
may be condensed inside the unit. Remove the disc and the leave the
power on for one or two hours.
if the TV and Amplifier (if connected) is turned on and set correctly.
if the TV, DVD player and Amplifier are connected properly.
sure the TV, DVD player and Amplifier volume are not set to Mute.
will be no sound output during Reverse Play / Pause / Step
/ Slow / Search.
the DTS soundtrack is enabled in the DVD Disc Menu, but you are using
Stereo Analog audio, the sound will not work. Try switching the
soundtrack to Dolby 5.1 or PCM mode in the Disc Menu.
on your DVD player.
the DVD player's main drive, also commonly called the DVD "tray." The
region cannot be changed while a DVD is in the machine, so many DVD players
require the tray to be open as an extra precaution.
"Info" or "Setup" on your remote.
the remote to select the "Region" option as indicated on your TV
Select "Region 9" to change the system to
multiregion formatting. Regions 1 through 8 represent specific geographic
locations and will not allow multiregion playback.
1. Check if the TV and Amplifier (if
connected) is turned on and set correctly.
2. Check if the TV, DVD player and
Amplifier are connected properly.
3. Make sure the TV, DVD player and
Amplifier volume are not set to Mute.
4. There will be no sound output
during Reverse Play / Pause / Step / Slow / Search.
5. If the DTS soundtrack is enabled
in the DVD Disc Menu, but you are using Stereo Analog audio, the sound will
not work. Try switching the soundtrack to Dolby 5.1 or PCM mode in the Disc
No disc. - Load a disc into
Disc has been loaded upside
down. Place the disc with the label side up.
Disc region code does not
match region code of the player.
Disc type is not the correct
type to play.
Disc is damaged or dirty.
Clean the disc or try another.
Moisture may be condensed
inside the unit. Remove the disc and the leave the power on for one or
For VHS to DVD, put the tape to dub in the VHS slot and a blank DVD in the DVD tray. Make sure the DVD is compatible with the DVD recorder (see the recommended disc list) and is unfinalized if you are using a R/W disc. Close the tray. Set the unit to VCR mode with the DVD/VCR button. Advance the tape to the place that you want the recording to start. Then press the Dubbing button (either on the remote or the unit itself). Select the recording mode (SP, LP etc), highlight Dubbing then press Enter or Dubbing. Press Stop to interrupt the recording.
For DVD to VHS, put a blank tape in the VCR (make sure the protection tab has not been broken off) and the DVD to duplicate in the DVD tray and close the tray. Put the unit in DVD mode by pressing the DVD/VCR button. Find the point at which you want to start recording the DVD. Again press Dubbing and set up the recording mode and highlight Dubbing and press Enter or Dubbing.
Note that copyprotected content can not be recorded.
I believe you need to switch the TV to the DVD input mode before inserting a disc. There should be a button on the remote or the TV labelled INPUT or SOURCE. Try pressing this repeatedly until "DVD" is shown on the screen or use the UP/DOWN arrows keys on the remote to select DVD from the input list, then press OK / SELECT / ENTER to choose DVD mode. You should then be able to insert a disc and play it.
I need to check some details for this TV and will get back to you shortly. If the TV really wont accept any disc, then you've bought a lemon and the TV needs to be returned to the store for replacement asap. I will post back with more details below in a few minutes.
I have the same issue. sometimes it opens sometimes it doesnt. I use a screw driver and pry it open as i hit the eject button. this worked for a while. But it stopped comming out even with a screw driver. I poped the pink front pannel to the dvd tray off and can access the gears that make the tray come out. you just have to use your fingure to get it started and then you can pull it out. This is not a good way to fix the problem and i will be buying a new stand alone tv and dvd player for her this x-mas. Cheap products = crappy products. It worked fine for about a year or so.