Hi! My DVD player was working absolutely fine!! Now I am unable to load a DVD. As soon as I try to load a DVD the player automatically kicks into eject mode and spits my DVD player back at me. I have opened it up and cant appear to see anything out of place. Any help much appreciated!!
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It's unclear where the sound is emanating or where it is lost in this scenario or even the type of connection you're using to carry it.
It almost sounds like you're using the TV for sound or it's in the audio path. The sound from any high end source should be processed by the SONY DAV as close to its original device as possible and not unnecessarily patched through the TV.
The TV only NEEDS Video. High-end Audio is wasted on it.
The symptom sounds suspiciously like a loss of data from the source to the Sony DAV.
Please clarify or establish that this does or does not happen without using the remote. Sometimes remote commands are heeded by unintended devices. Try to Pause/Play sequence using front panel buttons on the unidentified Samsung BluRay to eliminate that possibility.
try un plugging it for a minute ant then plug it back in holding the eject button this should bypass the play button effect and eject your dvd the only other advice i can offer is to never let your sun touch the device again
2 options comes in my mind... Put software upgrading CD manually in player and let it finish software upgrade process. If this trick doesn't work, you need to replace digital process board or need to replace on board ROM, if you can. let me know if you need further info.
Does sound like the laser. Realitically, not worth repairing. I'd say you'd be worth connecting a cheap DVD player to the system - then the Sony can carry on providing the surround sound audio and the new DVD player can provide the video. Then, if the cheap DVD player is still going, it can move to a bedroom TV if and when you replace the surround system....
Otherwise, I would imaging the speaker set (and even the non-working DVD player) on its own might fetch a reasonable price on an auction site - anyone who has a stolen DVD unit will probably be desparate for the speakers as Sony don't sell them separately!