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How to get a stuck cd out of player

Pushing the cd down and trying to release it with tweezers

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What is the model of your laptop? You can push a straightened paperclip thru the small pinhole on the front of the drive. This will force the tray to open. This is assuming the CD isn't damaged and therefore preventing the CD tray from opening.How to get a stuck cd out of player - 25311748-0nea3uom12o2wukkzuf30xpw-2-2.jpg

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