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Re: CD tray stuck
While wacking has solved many problems throughout history, i recommend a diffrent method of action here:
1 .check the tray's strap, make sure its elastic enough. if not - replcae.
2. check for broken pieces in mechanism.
3. there may be some object or a accumulation of dust and dirt, stucking the whole thing.
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followt this step and fix it. God bless you
However there are a small hole in the CD/DVD burner use clip and make click and open it.
Open the housing by removing mounting screws and anything blocking the tray. Press the open/close control to the extend tray, then unplug the unit. To remove a clip-on tray front, brace the tray and slide the panel to one side.
Unplug cables between the front panel and the interior. Remove any screws securing the front panel and remove the panel. If it won't move, check beneath it for clips or additional screws.
Remove the hold-down on top of the disc tray and gently pull the tray out of the player. Clean the travel rail and guides with a swab dampened with denatured alcohol. Lubricate lightly with white lithium grease.
Remove the drive belt (using gloves or tweezers) to inspect for dirt, water, or damage. Clean with a lint-free cloth moistened with denatured alcohol. If the belt is damaged, replace it. Service a DVD tray motor:
Unplug the player and test the motor with multimeter
Unplug the motor plug and spray it with electrical contact cleaner, then plug it back in.
To remove the motor, unscrew or depress the end of each bale and lift out the motor. Replace the motor if necessary.
its not locking there is a switch inside that tells it when the tray is closed. if it dont read this switch then it will open back up thing something is stopping the tray from closing. some times if it does close with out a disc in then it is the laser asmbley is not moving with the tray movement and tou will need to find out why.
Locate a small hole on the front bezel of the drive - it is usually close to the pushbutton, but there are exceptions. You will need a piece of straight, strong wire of a diameter that would easily fit in that hole. I usually find a bigger paperclip and straighten it out using flat pliers - the length of 30-50mm (1-2 inches) of the wire must be really straight.
Turn off the power to the computer.
Now You need to insert this wire into the hole, keeping it perpendicular to the front. Soon you will feel some resistance, but with slightly more pressure you should feel something moving inside, as you insert it deeper. If you feel that the wire is scratching something instead of pushing the latch, withdraw it and try again. Finally the tray will begin to slide out a bit, and soon the wire will not want to go any deeper - now you can grab the protruding tray edge and gently pull it out all the way, and retrieve the disc. When you power up the computer the tray should close automatically, provided that the drive has power. Please don't forget to come back with a testimonial if helped.
In Some Cases The Button May Be Stuck In Causeing It To Keep Pushing It Open In Other Cases The Arm May Just Be Stuck To Extending The Tray Out. I Recommend Seeking A Computer Technician If You Do Not Know Anything About Computer Componants
The problem is that at some stage you or someone else forced the cd open or closed, but not to worry, it's not broken. What happened is that the gear that pulls the tray in, mite have slipped a tooth or two. You'll have to open it up. Take the top cover off. It has four small screws holding it. When you take the cover off, the gear system should reveal itself. Now the gear that pulls the cd tray in and out must me ajusted. Before you open the dvd writer, make sure it is in it's utmost closed position. Very Important!. There should be a screw in the centre of this gear. Carefully unscrew completely. Now it depends on which direction the gear turns when it close the tray. Seeing that it doesn close completely, the gear turns anti clockwise to close. Lift the gear in a up sliding position and turn it one teeth clockwise, press the gear back, fasten the screw and test. If it still needs more adjustment, repeat the process with another teeth clockwise. Note if it worsen that it doesn't close, then you need to reverse the process and move the gear anticlockwise, but make sure to mark the teeth that it was originally on when you opened it.