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Lcd tv with in built dvd/cd. can't read disc keeps ejecting it

When i ninsert a dvd or cd into the inbuilt system it says read then no disc and ejects the disc. it worked ok before i moved the tv .could i have disturbed an internal wire or something? if os, is it relatively easy to fix?

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Run a cleaning disk through the system -- then try again --- sounds like the unit wont read the disk properly and by moving it -- some dirt or dust may have caused this problem

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If either of these steps fails to eject the disc, push the drive's manual eject button with a small, blunt object like a paper clip. This button is located to the right of the CD/DVD slot as shown in Figure 1. The computer must be turned on to eject a disc in this manner.


ht3007_1.gifFigure 1 Manual eject button

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