Question about Sony SLV-D300P DVD Player/VCR
Last night while playing a dvd it just froze. So i removed the dvd and cleaned it. The eject door will not open, it will not turn on or off although there is power. I have unplugged it, and pressed the power and eject buttons simultaneously but nothing. The only thing I do get regardless of what I push is a blue flashing light on the progressive button.
Ok so I took the cover off to see if I could figure out the problem. Don't have a complete solution, but I did get somewhere. There is a silver cylindrical motor attached to the eject mechanism wheels on the VCR side. When I unplugged the tape from the back of the little motor, the progressive light goes out and the sound from the motor stops. When I manually turn the wheel/arm attached to the motor, the other wheels/gears turn and I can manually eject the tape. Also when I get to a certain point, my progressive light starts flashing like yours was. Anyway it all seems to be related to the little motor. I figure if you replace that, it would work. At least that is what I might try, I'll keep you posted.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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