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Cd is stuck in cd rom drive, how do I get it out?

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If all you need is to get the CD out. You can unfold a paperclip and push it through a pinhole on the front of you CD rom drive. Depending on manufacturer and model it should be on the right or left side under the tray. There is a mechanism in there that you push against and it will physically push the tray out.

If you need anything further please feel free to comment back here and we'll be happy to help.

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