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You will probably void your warranty but I recommend that you disassemble your PS3. Follow this tutorial here. After you disassembled it (up till after removing the BD drive), opening the BD drive should be easy.
The system will have to be opened up. Blue ray player taken out and opened for pennies to be removed. Hopefully they didnt damage the lense or that will have to be replaced as well. You can email email@example.com if you would like me to fix it. I am located in southern california and run a home based pc repair business.
There is no need to open up the console! Make sure the power is off! Get someone to hold the PS3
upside down (so the disc slot is facing down) then get 2 butter knives
insert them carefully one on the left and one on the right of the disc
slot. Now gently push the knives away from eachother so that the one on
left goes left and the one on the right goes right. You will feel them
push the brackets that hold the disc in. As you push the brackets you
will release the mechanism that holds the disc in and it should just
drop out. I did this with mine when my little boy decided to put a
credit like card in it!