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Samsung blu-ray player won't eject, tried turning off power strip and waiting 10minutes then trying again, still didn't work

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I had a similar problem with my unit. every time i hit "eject" the screen would display "eject" for about a minute then display "loading" indefinitely. no mater how many times i powered on or off it just would not spit out my disc. However, I hit the "function" button on the player and cycled through radio, aux. etc. and that seemed to un-freeze it. I was able to eject my DVD while the player was set to radio. give it a try and hope for the best.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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    It is amazing the help one can get on the internet. Thank you trying 2helpU, you suggestion worked.

  • Janet Kennedy
    Janet Kennedy Oct 30, 2011

    I have the same problem but no matter what function I put the plaayer on it will not eject the dvd, HELP

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