We have a jvc compact...F5-577. we were watching a movie, used the remote to turn it off. came back and can't eject any of the 5 discs because it is locked. all by itself. i tried holding down each of the play and vcr buttons on the remote, unplugged and plugged it and still nothing. now Hello Dolly is a great movie, however it belongs to Neflix
and I need to get it out!!!
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There are a few potential solutions you can try if your disc tray is stuck:
Check the power cord and ensure it is securely plugged into the outlet and the back of the device. If the device has a power switch, make sure it is turned on.
Check the disc inside the tray to make sure it is not blocking the tray from opening. If there is a disc, try gently pushing the tray in and then pulling it out again to see if it will release.
If the above steps do not work, try pressing and holding the "eject" button on the device for a few seconds. This may release the tray.
If the tray is still stuck, try pressing and holding the "eject" button while unplugging the device from the power outlet. Wait a few seconds, then plug the device back in and try the "eject" button again.
Unplug the power cord of the Sony Blu-ray player. Plug the power cord back in. Turn on the Sony Blu-ray player. Turn on the TV to which the Sony Blu-ray player is attached. Wait for the "No Disc" text to appear on the front of the Sony's LCD display and on the TV's screen.
Press the "Eject" button on the remote control. Wait for the disc tray to eject itself from the front of the Sony Blu-ray player.
Press the "Disc Info" button on the remote control. Look for a number to appear on one of the upper corners of the screen of the TV.
Press the "Disc Info" button repeatedly until the number "9" appears on the TV's screen. This number indicates that the Sony Blu-ray player is now set for "multi-region" and will play any Blu-ray disc that is commercially made.
Turn the Sony Blu-ray player off using the remote control. Turn the Sony Blu-ray player back on using the remote control. Press the "Eject" button on the remote control to close the disc tray. Turn the Sony Blu-ray player off using the remote control.
Unplug player from wall receptical, and detach any other leads that plugged into it, press and hold power for at least 2 minutes in an attempt to clear the microprocessor controller ic, if this fails! you may have to take the top off to manually eject the DVD.
VHS tapes u can't turn off Captioning as(subtitles to u) because the technology was not there yet.Captioning put on to help the hearing impair and the deaf to able to watch the movie too.Only DVD movies Discs and Blu Ray movies Discs give u this option on the main menu of the movies.
Sony has had some problems in their playstation consoles with faulty firmware for dvd/blu-ray playback. Make sure your console is fully up to date, and be sure to reset the console again just to verify. If a problem persists and you know you did not damage the console, then contact Sony.
your disc tray is jamming on an intermittent fault and when it does work it is recording each time the eject botton is being pressed so when your watching movies or playing games it tries to eject the disc tray and causes an automatic shutdown it will definately neet proffesionally repaired and should cost about 30-40 pounds and get a guarantee with it bacause these faults can come back to haunt you.
Hi hannah. The simplest way to remove stuck tapes is to remove the top cover. Usually just a couple of screws. Then remove the stuck tape and put the cover back into place. You can also look for emergency eject hole and insert a snall pin into the hole and attempt to eject the disc while repeatedly twisting the pin inside the hole.