My dvd/cd player will not play or eject the cd it just comes up with loading error and the face plate wont go down to get the cd out.is then anyway to get it out or do i have to take it in to the shop to be fixed ?
Look for a microprocessor reset button, it will be very small. press it with a pen or pencil. If you cannot locate this then pull the radio out and disconnect the wiring harness for a couple of minuites then plug it back in.
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If the loading belt is broken the CD inside will not eject. If the loading motor is defective, the CD mechanism won't eject. Anyway, the CD loading mechanism is defective. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
had the same problem with my alpine, i was able to fix it once by,
popping off the face plate and with fine grit sand paper (lightly) sand
the connection points on
the radio and the face plate, then put a little bit of dialectic grease
on it . also doing a reset on the unit helped me from time to time...
I am going to sandbag it. I can use that particular cd to workout with. I will just attach a dvd player separate since most postings can't use the dvd anyway after they get the cd out. Thanks for the help anyway! Susan
hi, i have a kenwood kvt_725(or did have before some scallywag robbed it) i had a simular problem when ejecting discs i found that if you turn power off and removed face plate and turned ignition off it eventually ejected the disc and worked, or a simular routine with the face plate then ignition etc etc. i know it seems a lame solution sorry but hope it helps.....
I had this same problem and fixed it too. It was from a flat torsion spring on the loading mechanism that had moved position. It hits against the chassis of the DVD housing preventing the mechanism from seating the disk on the spindle. Result is a stuck disk and/or constantly running loading motor.
Remove the one black machine screw behind the DVD player. DVD player will slide out of TV with its black plastic trim fascia from bay.
Remove two screws that hold fascia panel, remove fascia and lift off top metal cover.
With CD loading slot facing you, the problem spring (in our situation) was at the left. Also identical spring on the right side too. These are the two torsion springs near the front on sides of chassis. The helical loop on the left should be towards the top. If it shifted to the bottom, it can hit the tab with screw used to secure DVD chassis. When this happens, CD loading mech can't complete loading disk onto the spindle. If spring flips when the CD is on the spindle.... disk can't eject.
I used a pair of tweezers to gently grab the spring and "flip" it upwards by pulling it upwards. Spring will work for mechanism in up or down position, but needs to be up to avoid interence.
Solved my problem and DVD has been great since. If it flips back for some reason, then I will try attaching a small piece of plastic to the side of the chassis to contain spring in upright position only.