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Most DVD players have an "emergency" eject mechanism. Usually it will be a recessed button that you have to depress with a paper clip. If you don't see such a button on either the front or back of the player then you will have to take the unit in to someone who can take off the cover and then manually get the DVD to eject.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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