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Coins in the car dvd player

I believe that my son put coins in our dvd player in the car...but I can't tell for sure. It is working so should I just wait until I see a problem or take it in and hav it checked for $200?

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Re: coins in the car dvd player

If you can pull it out yourself you can tip it upside down and gently listen for rattles. you can possibly then shake them out gently towards the tray, but if you are confident to open the cover at the back of the unit, you can probably get them out easier - just make sure the power lead is unplugged first, or the car battery is totally disconnected. here is the link for the installation and user manual if you need it, it has very clear instructions - ask again if you don't find what you need. I would be surprised if a coin or two would not cause a problem at some point - if they are banging about in there they will damage something or short something out soon. You might stay lucky though. If this has been going on a while, maybe there will be enough in the player to pay the service bill. ;) Hope this helps :)

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