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try these: Try turning the ps3 on and off and then hitting eject. Do Not try to open up the playstation. You may do more damage than good. Try to halfway insert another game, cd, or dvd into the playstation 3 and press eject. Here's the one that worked for me. I slid another compact disc into the console almost all the way but still holding on to it and pushed up as I pulled the disc back out. To my suprise another disc began to slide out with it. I had no idea how many discs were actually inside the ps3, but when I hit eject the original game that was in there still would not come out, so I new something still wasn't right. I repeated the process a few more times and low and behold, I had a total count of four, aside from the game. At last, eject finally pushed hubby's NBA Live out of the playstation.
with your ps3 console turned on instead of just pressing the eject button press and hold it for 8 or more seconds this is the override force eject, unless the actual mechanism inside the drive have been damaged it should give your disk back