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DVD32r door problem and "no disc"

Discussion in 'TAG McLaren Audio Owners' Forum' started by diegoSFO, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. diegoSFO

    diegoSFO
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    I have a problem with my DVD32r. The unit has been packed for 3 months. Yesterday I did re-install everything and it worked perfectly till the moment in time I wanted to remove the DVD I was watching.
    The unit was hanging and the door was not opening.
    After a while I did turn the unit off and I did open the door manually, removed the DVD, turn back on and the door did close.
    But the door does not open anymore and if I open it manually and I insert a CD/DVD the machine will show "no disc"


    I did upgrade and downgrade the software but the problem persist
    I had 3.70 when it happened , did upgrade to 3.85 , and now I'm back on 3.7

    I did a master reset but no chance
    Diego
     
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    After a day of thinking, although I did not recover yet from losing my DVD32r, I came to the conclusion that maybe the system before opening the door does something with the laser something like "release" .
    This is where i now beileve the probloem is the player is not capable anymore to release and therefore the door does not open and on the display "open" remain there hanging. For the same reason is not able to read a CD/DVD. At the begin I thought it was the door because it never worked well but maybe isn't the door.

    Any thoughts?

    p.s. Does Barry still work at Tag?
     
  3. Teejoo

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    Yes he is.

    You mention you stored it. Did you secure the drive? And, did you remove everything when you installed it again?
     
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    Yes I have been treating him as a little baby
    And by the way the unit has always been staying on his original box on a shelf.
    The strange thing is that I could play perfectly the first DVD :confused:
     
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    I know the feeling ;). Too bad you have a problem though.
     
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    I even clean the dust daily!!! (this reply will self-destruct in five seconds) :D
     
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    Unfortunately it looks like my DVD32r needs a pit stop in UK. I hope it will be not to long ...
    Anyway I switched to my previous DVD player a Cambridge dvd300 the difference in movie is huge but for CD is even bigger. When you get use to high quality is difficult to step back....


    Diego
     
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    Unfortunately I now what you mean…
     

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