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Samsung smart bluray player HT-E5500 disk ejecting problem

by Phillywilly28 / January 10, 2016 11:45 AM PST

I've had my bluray player for about three years now with now problems it worked great. I stream Netflix on it mostly and watch bluray movies that is the extent of its use in our home. Recently we've encountered an issue where the bluray player is unusable due to a problem we're having with the disk tray ejecting on its own repeatedly. I've called Samsung support and they walked me through the reset to factory setting fix but this did not work. I even read some issues with the touch screens having problems so I cleaned the touch screen to ensure we didn't have grease or some sort of debris giving the screen a bad reading. I can't seem to find just a receiver of this model to buy new so I'd have to probably purchase a whole new surround sound package as well or see if It can be sent to Samsung to be fixed. Any thoughts on this issue would be much appreciated.

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Many just unplug the panel.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 10, 2016 11:56 AM PST
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Disk eject problem.
by Phillywilly28 / January 11, 2016 2:52 PM PST

Followed the steps on the YouTube video and so far so good. Thanks for the link.

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