Question about Pioneer DVL-V888 DVD Player
You need to remove the cover and expose the area where the motor sits close to the front, you will find a broken belt, replace that, if you can't get to the screw to remove the assembly, use your fingers or screwdriver to turn the cog so that the drawer is manually opened. make sure power cable is unplugged first.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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possibly what hass happened is that your disk has got wedged, (or that someone tried to insert more than 1 disk)
try GENTLY shaking the unit (unplugged) to see if the disk mechanism frees itself.
as it is NEW you really shouldn't do any more than this as it would invalidate the warranty, take it back to the shop you got it from and they should handle it for you, Tell them not to forget that you have a disk in the drive.
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