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DVD disappeared in DVD Player after viewing movie

Watched two movies this afternoon on Kenwood DVD Player 505 Multi Disc (5) . All was great, till we went to remove the disc, opened the player & it's nowhere to be found! If the movie played fine, so obviously was properly inserted - where did it go? When we examined the inside a little, we saw it couldn't fall down - and figure it must have gone up?? But how? And how do we go about finding it?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Get the dummy cd disc, put a blue tac on it. Insert it. Then after few seconds, eject it. Your dvd disc should stick with it when they came out. It worked for me and hope it will work for you.

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