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Unfortunately, you will now rely solely on the remote control as the touch screen panel on the front of the Blu Ray player will no longer work.
However, the upside is that your Blu Ray player will no longer cycle on and off. Just wanted to say a huge thanks for bothering to post your fix.
It may get three minutes into a video and then it starts again.
Tried disconnecting the bd player itself, but can't play a video because it wants you to "close the tray" that's not open, or even connected. I didn't fork out my money to have a player that has to be replaced every one or two years. With their compatibility and commonalities with standard DVDs, I'm betting we wouldn't be having these issues. I have all Samsung products from cell phone to stove and I've had problems with most of the that require a repair technician or replacement. Thanks again for the fix Hello Frustrated Person, Does your Samsung Blu Ray Player cycle on and off repeatedly?
Each time the unit came back, it worked for a while etc.So why can't I play a video from the USB with the tray open in the first place? Samsung is NO HELP on this issue, and it's NOT JUST SAMSUNG. It was a tried and true format, with really subtle changes compared to blu-ray. Well, you are in luck: I have finally found out how to fix it.The issue is that the touch screen panel has failed, and thus causes the Blu Ray Player to cycle on and off.(1) Unplug Samsung Blu Ray player;(2) Remove sidewalls and top cover;(3) Remove front fascia;(4) Remove front touch screen board by rotating the top out first, then you will see a thin brownish ribbon attached to the bottom;(5) Disconnect brownish-colored ribbon from the rest of the system by pulling it straight out (the brownish ribbon runs up to the touch panel buttons);(6) Re-assemble, leaving touch screen panel brownish ribbon disconnected from the rest of the system.If we were talking about a Blu Ray player, it would be a different story, as it is quite common for Blu Ray discs not to play without updating the player, but standard DVD players/recorders don't normally need a firmware update for any reason.You could possibly resubmit this question in the general electronic category here and find someone who knows how to repair your player.
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