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This could be down to one single component, a swollen looking capacitor. Normally 630uF capacitor on the power/digital board, located under the rear of the Ram drive.
Tell me, did this failure happen afer you unplugged the unit?
Instead of a pinhole, there is a slot on the bottom of the DVD player that will force the disc out. There's a plastic lever visible on one side of the slot. I used a butter knife to push into the slot.
I have exactly the same problem. Indeed the power supply was defect. I have repaired it. Now the display is working but it is still not working : It displays LOADING... and that's all. Probably the controller card (the one with the LSI LOGIC chip) is also defect. It is impossible to repair, it has to be replaced.
I think this recorder is not 'CE'.
One week ago we had the same problem. And I Send the machine To Technical Service. They Changed the harddrive and reprogrammed the mainboard. Now it plays&record very well. I think U must send it to Samsung Technical Service.
since you have plugged out the DVD for 3hrs the conclusion is that you will need to take it to a repairman the problem with your DVD is that it got a surge due to the power failure.that sound you are getting is from the little transformer in the power supply,the current stops at the primary windings and is not crossing over the the secondary winding to complete the cycle.good luck i was the one who told you to plug it out for 3hrs
The first is rather easy. You will have to finish the DVD to get it working. After copying a title, finish the DVD and put in you computer's DVD player. Either the film should start to play or you will be prompted whether you want to show the contents or other options. If either of this happens, you are good to go and you can copy the Video_TS folder which should be visible to your hard drive. Done it several times. The second solution is something I try to figure out myself but it seems DV in is really IN and not OUT....