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Coin Stuck Inside kvt-617dvd

My cousin (4-years old) was sitting on my car while it was turned off. Hr grabbed the change laying on my car and stuck a couple of coins inside the CD slot. Now the coins are jammed inside. I am looking for a way to take the deck apart and take the coins out without damaging the lens. any suggestions???.....or where could I find a service manual to take the stereo apart. Thanks in advance.

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