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The disc folder won't open we press the button but it seems to be jammed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: RCA RTD210
I had a similar problem some time ago. In a hurry, I placed a DVD in the tray; and didn't notice that the DVD was not fully inside the tray (inside the insert of the tray). So the DVD got stuck; the only way to remove it was to open the RT210 by removing the screws located at the back of the unit.
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
The tray will have a supporting element which lifts the tray up and ejects the drive..I think probably its worn out..You just need to replace it..it shouldn't cost you much..
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
SOURCE: Disk drive won't open
When it makes clicking sounds, there are several possible problems;
1. The gears that operate the disk drive are stripped or broken. (offset)
2. There is something interfering the with the opening of the disk drive internally.
Solutions. (Since it is recintly purchased)
1. Return it to the store for an exchange.
2. Send it to Sony for repair. (If you complain to the manager, they will give you a free game or other hardware.)
Posted on May 09, 2008
SOURCE: cd/dvd drive wont open
You could try to manually eject the CD, may be the mechanism is stuck. Have a close look at the CD tray, there should be a tiny hole, then find a paper clip with a wire diameter that nicely fits this hole and poke it in there, this will release the CD tray and open it so you can retrieve the CD.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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