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I have a Memorex MVD4544 DVD Recorder/VCR, When I push the power button, the display flashed SAFE 6 times then goes back to dashes. A VCR was inserted & now it won't eject either.

When I push the power button, the display flashed SAFE 6 times then goes back to dashes. A VCR was inserted & now it won't eject either.

Posted by Dale Underwood on

  • Dale Underwood
    Dale Underwood Sep 12, 2015

    Figure it out myself. Just hold the power button down on the remote about 5-10 seconds while pointing it at the unit. Memorex techs wanted $28 for that answer.

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I will get back to youre question ..

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