how come there is a open close button on my remote but i still have to get my lazy ass up off of the couch and put in a new movie?
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I've always wondered that as well. My only guess is that
A. You have a fancy cabnet that doesn't allow you to push the buttons on the case.
B. Incase the DVD "freezes" while playing, and none of the play or FF/RR buttons work, you can always eject it, and then put it back in, then skip the affected chapters.
C. Cool factor.
We use ours all the time to restart the DVD if we put it in earlier and want to watch the previews. It's also nice when you are taking the DVD out to put it away. You can have it open and ready to take out before you walk up to it, instead of having to walk up and press the button and wait for it to come out. (Thats a valuable 3 seconds there.)
If you want to change movies without getting up, get a multi-disc DVD player.
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