Question about Televison & Video
I have the same problem and I can offer a solution only to get your disk back but not the error code thing. unplug the unit and all video/audio cords. Remove the 3 screws in the back and 2 along each side. Remove top. Remove3 screws holding DVD player in place. Remove and turn over DVD Player. See the motor in the bottom near the ejection door, under the sheet metal with the lopsided "Keyhole" in it. Just to the rear of that there is a piece of plastic (mine is white) with a tab and some tracks in it. in a moment you will apply pressure to the tab will slide it to the right. (if the ejection door is nearest to you and the pcboard attached to the bottom of the DVD player is furthest from you.) But before you do this you may want to turn the DVD player correct side up. This will alloy gravity to hold the disk in the tray when the tray is ejected. Now you can slide the tab to the right (or left if the DVD player is correct side up) Use some force on the tab. you are attempting to ramp up the speed on the ejection motor and still have some momentum built up after you reach the end of travel for the tab. If you have done every thing I have instructed then the ejection door should have opened and the tray should be partially exposed. Simply gently pull on the tray and then remove your disk. Now if you flip the DVD player back over, plug in the power cord, and hit the little "Reset" button, after a few moments the DVD will retract the tray. At this point unplug the power and reassembly the machine in reverse order as disassembly. Or simply throw the unit out because according to other posts on this and other sights, if you are getting the F60 or U99 error codes then it would appear that you have a bad Video board which is no longer available.... anyway I may have saved you $139.00 (At Panasonic) to extract your $20.00 video.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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