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Six disc dvd player problem

I have the same problem. This is the second time this has happened for us. The dealer charges too much. How can I remove the player from the dash? Panel trim removal details would be very helpfull.

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First remove the drink tray by pulling out and push down on lever in back. Then remove strip below dvd player. (this will pop off). There is 2 mounting screws behind it.Remove those. Then put a thin blade on side of silver trim. Gently pry and trim will pop off. there is 2 mounting screws behind trim for dvd player. Remove those and slide out dvd player and remove wiring harness. This is for 2005 town and country van. Now if I could only fix my dvd player. Good luck.

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