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Small camcorder dvd stuck in tv/dvd player

I have a Westinghouse tv/dvd player and i put one of my small camcorder dvds in it and it worked but it would not eject. I tried the paper clip thing and turning it off and then back on holding the eject button but still no luck do i have to take it apart?

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    I put a small camcorder DVD in a Toshiba 23HLV84 23 in. TV/DVD Combo, and it won't play but won't eject either. It just makes a grinding noise and the screen says Open then Close. I can't see the disk inside the player and have not been able to fish it out. I can put another 12 cm DVD in beside it but it doesn't help with the ejecting



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Yes you will have to take it apart and most likely lift the top off the cdplayer to get at it.

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