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You most likely have do take the set apart and remove the DVD mechanism to ge the DVD out. At that point you would need to replace the DVD mechanism since it is whats causing the load issue. The part number for the DVD mechanism is 5041601100 but is no longer available. Please take a few moments to rate my answer. Thank you.

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