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DVD player won't eject dvds

I have two dvds stuck in the player,when I try to eject either of them it just makes noise put I can tell the changer is not moving. any suggestion on how to get these out--they are my sons favorite dvds!!!HELP!

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I am not a pro...did this process early today.
1.Remove 5 screws from bottom center dash. This peice has the cubby with change slots. There are 2 on the left side, 2 in front and 1 on the right. Pull out of the way.
2.Pull cup holder all the way out and depress tab on the very back of the top. Slide out and remove.
3.Pry small peice of plastic out of the way carefully with screwdriver. Remove.
4.Revove 2 screws that where hidden by this small part. Begin prying the dvd and radio surround off from the bottom, there are no more screws. Either let dangle to the side or unplug and revome from car.
5.Remove 2 screws to release dvd player. Unplug 2 seperate connections and remove. If you have change in it, shake upside down a little while slightly depressing the top to give room for $ to fall out. For 2 dvd just work out carefully while trying to line up the dvd with the opening.
Hope this helps someone! Kris

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Only thing you can do is take it apart and force the dvd out manually
I would suggest a service repair, you may have to take to dealer to get dvd player out and then take to a audio service shop and have them remove the dvd's out.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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