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Dvd stuck I can't eject the DVD from my Toshiba 15DLV77B. It is possible my 2 year old pushed 2 in. Any suggestions. Allen asjjr1@aol.com

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Hi,
Open up a paper clip until as straight as possible,
On the drive for the dvd you will see a very small hole,
With the power off, Insert the paperclip in the hole GENTLY push when you feel a resistance, and the drive will open slightly, pull gently open and remove dvd,
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Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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these tv's are prone to this problem.
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Hey this is a great site!
I was having a similar problem with my Toshiba SD-K860. Bobbyj, thanks for the link to the SD-4900 service manual, it was extremely helpful even though it was a different model. I could not find an emergency eject pinhole, and leaving the unit unplugged for a while did not help (two suggestions found on other sites), so I simply took the whole thing apart, got the disc out, found the eject slider on the bottom of the tray, massaged the tray open and closed, and put everything back together again. The connections were solid and the belt was in tact so everything seemed to be fine. Once I reassembled and powered it back up it worked again!
I posted a more detailed solution on my problems to solve site, which is similar to this one:
http://problemstosolve.com/solved/toshiba-sd-k850-wont-eject-solved/

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