MY DVD PLAYER DOES NOT WORK. THERE IS NO COMMAND THAT IT WILL FOLLOW. I TRIED TO PUSH THE POWER BUTTON AND NOTHING HAPPENS. ALSO TRIED TO PUSH THE OPEN/CLOSE BUTTON AND NOTHING HAPPENS. I UNPLUGGED THE DVD AND STILL NOTHING WORKS. THE RED STANDBY LIGHT IS DIM BUT NOTHING ELSE.
My daughters had the same problem, try replacing C411 (I think that was the number on the board), its a 10V 1000uf capacitor in what appears to be the 5V power supply section toward the right rear of the main board, that fixed it. On hers the capacitor was swelled up on the end. I checked it out of the circuit and the DVM I used only indicated it had about 500uf capacity.
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I'm sorry that the DVD player is displaying green light and nothing is displaying input button. Please follow the below general tips and check if that helps.
Please make sure that the connections are secure and proper.
Try inserting another disc and check the operation.
Unplug the DVD player from wall outlet and connect it back after 1 minute to perform a power reset and check the operation.
Check whether you're able to see the DVD player logo on the TV screen.
If not, keep pressing the INPUT button until it makes any changes on the TV screen for a minute.
I hope the information helpful. If the issue persists, please get back to me with more details about the issue so that I can more look in to this. Please include the following information in your reply.
When did the issue started occurring?
Have you made any changes since it's last normal working?
What is the connection between the TV and the DVD player? Also inform if you're using a standalone DVD player.
Provide me the model # of the DVD player and TV/display device.
It could be because when you replaced the batteries in the remote, it defaulted back to command mode 1 (DVD 1/MODE 1/REMOTE 1) so the transmitter on the remote no longer matches the unit - you could try pressing and holding both the  button and the [ENTER/OK] buttons on the remote for more than 5 seconds, then releasing. Sometimes with Panasonic remote units, whenever the batteries are replaced, the remote defaults back to the original mode. (mode 1); therefore the user needs to recode the remote to match the command of the receiving unit.
Simple enough to try, and costs nothing, except a minute or so of your time. This suggestion should be mentioned in the operation manual for your model system.
emote command mode is different to the unit. Try resetting the remote by doing the following;
While unit is on, but no discs loaded or playing, remove the batteries from the remote (as if you were replacing them), press any button on the remote to clear its buffer, then, if the batteries you removed are OK, re-insert them. Point remote at the player, press and hold 1 and ENTER/OK buttons together for 10 seconds, then release. This should restore your remote's command to the original default mode, and it should control the player fully.
Panasonic and some SONY units operate on this principle with remote command modes (these differ between models). RC1 / DVD1 / SET1 is usually the default.
Very easy to do, takes a few seconds, and costs nothing.
I have the same problem -- tried power reset, tried holding stop button for 5 second reset, nothing works. If I push the power button or the eject button, the blue light flashes momentarily then goes out.
well there could be two things going on here that i can think of, one the scart lead between the dvd and the tv is not i properly vica versa for the dvd player, the other thing is the button which changes the av channels could have been pushed so simply push the button while the dvd os on and find the av channel, the button looks like an arrow going right hope it helps.
Had the same problem when I changed the factory settings by mistake. There is no "cancel" button in the remote or the set. What worked for me was to follow the directions on P. 22 of the manual and change the remote settings to DVD 1. This is done by holding the "Enter" button and pressing number 1 on the keypad simultaneously for more than 5 seconds. Then, you go back to the "Settings" screen with the "Settings" button, change the control back to DVD 3, and reverse the setting in the remote by pressing "Enter" and the number 3 this time. Remember to hold them down more than 5 seconds. Good luck!