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DVD will no eject

DVD player worked fine but at end of DVD the unit will not open the DVD tray or eject the DVD disk. How can I get the disk out of the DVD tray? I turned player off and back on and pushed the eject button, still nothing. Using the remote also does not open the DVD tray. HELP!

Posted by Marvin Reinke on

  • hbograd Nov 21, 2008

    I also can't get the DVD to eject. It's not a power supply problem - there is an LCD display. When I press various buttons, it alternates between saying "00" and "READING" and "OPEN." But it doesn't open.

    What next?

    Harriet


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This is not helpful. The power is on and display is on, but no response.

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If the unit has a front display , look and see if it reads open or closed. If there is no reading, the unit probably has power supply problems. There is also the possibility that the load motor driver IC is defective. Zenith dvd players are made by LG, they are usually of good quality. If there is a power supply problem, the cost of repairing the unit is cost prohibitive. You local technician should be able to remove the DVD from the unit for about $10.

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