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I experienced the same problem after my tension cables broke. The door fell open with such force that it bent the hinges a little. If you've replaced the tension strings (which you should do every 5-8 years) then you don't have to replace the latch. I did and it didn't solve the problem. Here's the solution: Put a towel at the bottom of each side of the door by the hinge. Push the door closed a couple of times to bend back the hinges. Remove the towels and you're back in action. Good luck
This fault usually happens if the disc being read is not compatible with the player's firmware.
If discs are burnt from a computer, or copies, this can happen.
Does it do this with all DVD's?
Are you using commercial retail DVD's?
Otherwise something else is telling the player 'No Disk'.
Try a disc-based lens cleaner as laser may be grubby.
Or the laser diode could be defective.
I have a same problem with different Siemens machine. The dispeser door is opened when the signal comes from control unit. Then wax or bimetall endine opens the door. In my case I can close the box after depowering machine . Immediatly after starting cycle box opened again immedialy.
I posetd request and worry it could be control unit.