Question about Samsung BD-P1590 Blu-Ray Player
If in warranty: Contact the manufacture and return the device per their warranty policy
If this however is not an option for you the best bet would be to remove the screws from the back of the device and under the device until the top facing is loose. Should be 8 in total. From there use a small machine screw driver (can be bought at the dollar store) and remove the tray device. CAREFUL as there are sensitive ribbons that can either be torn out or broken upon doing this. On the left side of the tray device should be a little gear connected to a small slot motor. This is where your issue lies. If the device is jammed you will be able to un-jam it. Otherwise you will need to replace the part.
www.sparepartswarehouse.com would be a likely avenue to look down for a replacement part, the code for the part should be printed on it in small black font.
If this doesnt seem like the course to go down then the next action would be to seek a local service shop that does electronic repair.
Hope that helps!
Posted on May 05, 2011
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