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in your case i dont think your door switch is faulty, i think that a faulty switch that is on the same key line as the eject switch is causing this. The cause can also be on the main pcb, like a faulty microprocessor.
one best way is apply a lil pressure from the edge of the door...or...use an hair dyer...and blow a lil warm air...not holding very close but at a fair distance...and then eject. Usually by this it shd open..or else u need an assistance of a technician