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Dvd stuck in advent 10" dvd player in 2006 sienna.will play only so far but will not eject.

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Sienna Minivan with a DVD entertainment system - rule nr 1 - Recorded DVDs would play but not eject, and then jam the system. It will require disassembly of the housing to reset power to eject.

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