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If you already have the DVD drive then there should be a screw on the bottom of the unit that holds it in. Before you take out the old one just hold the new one on the bottom and that will give you the location of the screw that holds the DVD in.
Here is a link to your owners manual if you need it. It doen't cover the DVD drive. But the pictures and methods may help
If you do not yet have a drive, I found one on ebay, at the following link.
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Posted on May 10, 2009
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