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Cd stuck inside xbox, drive opens but no cd, you can hear it moving around when you tilt thr xbox

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In order to remove the drive you will have to open up your xbox, remove the dvdrom drive connected to the xbox mainboard, and open up the dvdrom casing to free your disc. here is some instruction on how to do so.

http://www.llamma.com/xbox/Repairs/cleaning_your_dvd_drive.htm

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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