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Displays lock when trying to insert a disc

I went to watch a movie this morning on my DVD and it will not open so that I can put the disc in. It simply shows "lock" and nothing else. I can play the disc that is in there but I do need to get it out!!  I have a JVC XV-S302..any suggestions?

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  • john635 Jul 16, 2008

    Same Issue, Turn it on, try to put in a disc and simply up comes the word "Locked" nothing in the manual refers to this as a feature or how to unlock it.



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Hi!

I had the same problem. When I wanted to eject my dvd, it was saying "Lock" on the screen.

I didn't find the unlock code like Ice Man suggested, so I just removed the current in the dvd by unplugging it. Then, when I plugged it again, it was functionnal.

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You need to find the unlock code for it. check the web site for the model number that you have and look for the unlock code

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Click "Start," "All Programs," "Recovery Manager," and then "Recovery Manager." Click "Continue" if prompted by Windows 7. This will bring up the HP Recovery Manager window.
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