Originally Posted by bruce73
Same thing is happening to me. Started a few weeks ago. It's sporadic and at first seemed to only happen with manually pushing the Eject button (using remote always worked).
Today for the first time the remote didn't work. I found if I gently push on the tray while it tries to open, that sometimes helps. So perhaps it's a mechanical issue.
I also reverted from the latest beta firmware to the latest official, but that didn't help. If you do write OPPO, please post back what they suggest. Thx.
Hope this helps
RE: Oppo83SE - Disc Tray
Disconnect the BDP-83 from the power source for no less then an hour. Press and hold the POWER button on the front panel for 5 seconds. Release.
Reconnect the power to the player directly to your walled power outlet, bypassing any switch or power conditioner.
Download and install the 50-0323B Firmware (http://www.oppodigital.com/blu-ray-b...-50-0323b.aspx
Perform a Reset Factory Defaults (Device Setup), Erase BD-Video Data (Device Setup->Persistent Storage) and disable BD-Live (Network Setup).
Press Eject several times. Does the tray not eject?
Is your player rackmounted, or is it sitting on a standard shelf?
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