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Volvo s80 rear door jam

I have a 2000 volvo s80 and my rear right door is jammed shut. At first it would only open from the inside, so I opened it and manually pressed in the lock mechanism and now it won't unlock and I can't shut the door. Any suggestions?

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You have bad door lock motor

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