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MVDR2012 will not load disc and auto ejects (tray out) all dvd discs

Machine was working properly for three months and four days and now disc tray auto opens automatically and of course dvds will not load. I tried microprocessor reset as recommended in accompanying manual i.e. power off dvd unit, wait at least one minute, insert dvd in tray, power on unit. Tray closes then automatically opens - cannot get tray to stay closed and of course will not load disc. Thank you! Jim ([email protected])

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SOURCE: My Memorex DVD Recorder (MVDR 2102) won't open

Most likely one or more capacitors on the main board went bad. I just fixed one last night with the exact symptom.

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Hi..
No offense but Memorex is junk.
Get you money back and try walmart or someone else

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: dvd slider door won't close.

Hi, is it fully open, or just partially open?
Is it nearly shut but just jammed? If so have you tried inserting a flat peice of plastic and pulling the draw open. You could do this with no power to the dvd player, It might be that you haven't inserted the disc properly and it is wedged in.

Try all this and see how you get on.

Regards - Anthony

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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