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Even when the DVD is in the tray correctly, it says "No Disc"

Last night we watched The Matrix on the dvd player. I turned it off like I always do. Tonight we wanted to watch the last two Matrix films. I put the DVD in the tray correctly and pressed play. It will not play because it says there is no disc. I thought maybe it was a problem with the DVD so I put in another movie and it happened again. Even with different DVD's in different tray slots it continues to say "No Disc". Help? Please and thanks. ~Zach

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  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2008

    Mine won't play and will not stop opening and closing. Had to pull the power plug with when it closed to keep it closed.

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I am having the same issues, is there a resolution to this? My dvd player is obsessed lol. :)

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I had a similar issue and now mine is opening closing opening and then powering off?

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Hi there,

When I was with Samsung NZ, the following was how we multizoned our DVD (Region 4) players:
1. Turn on your player, but ensure no disc in machine - screen should show "No Disc"
2. Turn on your TV and select your DVD input (as if you were to watch your DVD).

Using your factory supplied remote, press the following buttons:

3. Press the Repeat (or Repeat A-B) button
4. Press the following button sequence: 7, 6, 8, 8, 4, 9 (you should see the number '9' appear on screen - this means 'Region Free').
5. Press the Open/Close button (to open the tray)
6. Press the Open/Close button again (to close the tray)
7. Press Power OFF (to shut down your DVD player)
8. Press Power ON (to turn on your DVD player)
9. Insert Region 2 disc and wait (up to 1min) for firmware to respond and read your disc

If this fails, try procedure again, except for Step 4: change the last number (instead of 9) to '2'.


Let me know how you get on.

Cheers,

Scott



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press open take out disc and close disc tray and turn off dvd player .



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