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under the Dvd drawer tray towards the right hand side where you have the open close button just next to it you will see a small pin hole. you can insert a safety pin in the pin hole and push it so that you can open the DVD drawer. Good Luck
The reason that you are getting F1 fault might be the dishwasher drawer is flooding. The drawer not opening is perhaps due to either the keylock being activated or the controller has gone into some unkown state.
Try turning the mains water inlet water tap off and also switch off the power. Turn everthing back on and then check if you can open the drawer. If you have water inside the drawer you may need to empty it manually with a small container. If it floods again, then the solenoid that turns of the power or the water level sensor might be faulty.
chances are it is frozen stuck and also needs lubrication. Do this. Unplug it for an hour and try the drawer. If it doesnt open wait another half hour and try it again. When it does open, dry the rails thoroughly with a towel and then a hair blow dryer. Finally spray the rails with a lubricating spray like WD40 or better yet some white lithium lubricating grease, both products readily available at any hardware store, home depot, etc.
Grasp the drawer firmly, and pull out until it reaches its stop, then press the plastic lever down in the middle of the drawer at the rear, and pull the drawer out.
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hi... Your drive is either really dusty inside or has failed. You can dust it out by getting the drawer to open and unplug the power ( keeps the drawer open) Blow some compressed CO2(dust-off) into the drive area thru the drawer. Try your game again. If not, have a tech replace the DVD drive.
Open up the battery door of your camera. There's a little slide drawer labeled CR1220. Use your fingernail or small screwdriver to pry and slide it open. This little button battery runs your camera's clock. Remove and reinstall it to see if that fixes it. If not, time to buy another battery. The CR1220 battery is very common, inexpensive ($2 to 3), and available at most stores (try your local drugstore). Take the old battery with you to the store to make sure you buy the right one.