Question about Televison & Video
A common possible cause to this is there is a mechanical problem inside. Once the device is opened, the DVD section is actually seperate box. It contains all the mechanism and a few electronic circuits. First open the cover which has only a few screws, and while it is opened load a disk in there so you can see what is going on. If it looks like the tray is not going in all the way, You can actually remove the tray, with the tray removed plug it in then press eject. Then insert the tray and this will automatically put it back on track. You may have to do it several times untill it goes in there propely where it wont eject anymore. Good luck.
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