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DVD has came right out of the case of the laptop and the ribbon has become detached.

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U can take it aprt screw it back in or take it sumware u may wann upgrade to dvd rw if u dont have one all ready as u do all that ok thx nick

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Had same problem. Unscrew the back of the TV. Unscrew 2 screws connecting VCR/DVD from TV Base. Unscrew DVD housing on all sides (approx 6 screws). At this point you can see the detached DVD unit. Facing the DVD drawer. Look under it for a white plastic piece that you can slide to the right that should disengage the DVD's circular rotator from the dvd and slide the door open.

If that does not work disconnect the DVD from the 2 connectors at the TV motherboard. Slide slack into the ribbon cable to free up the case. When the DVD unit is out, dissassemble the black plastic DVD unit. Flip it over and manipulate the white plastic gear which will disengage the center rotator.

Let me know if that works for you.

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I've successfully opened the case and re-attached the ribbon cable and now have a working dvd player (DRC630-N).

Once the screws are removed, you will want focus on separating the case at two clip locations on the bottom of the player, centered approximately 1 1/4 inches to either side of the brass threaded insert on the bottom.

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You can see one of them broke for me when I was trying to get it open. If you apply some pressure under those clips you may have more success avoiding any clip breaking. I'm not worried about it since with all the screws it is plenty secure. What I did to get it open at these clips was insert a small flat screwdriver head in the small gap (seam) at the clip locations and twist. It did gouge the plastic a bit, but worked well enough. Once this side opens up you should be careful about separating the unit along the side with all the plugs. It took a bit of easing around the volume wheel and a couple plugs to get it fully apart. The opposite end of the player from the clips will come apart once the clips have been released as it is on a separable hinge.

Here is the ribbon cable detached from the circuit board.
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The ribbon cable (blue part) slides into the black and white connector. Make sure the black part is pulled slightly away from the white part when you are sliding in the cable. Once the cable is in as far as it will go then slide the black part of the connector until it is flush against the white part. This secures the ribbon cable in place.

Here is a picture with the ribbon cable slid all the way into the connector and but still unsecured:
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Now here is a picture with the black part pushed tight with the white part of the connector:
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Here is how it looked when I closed the case back up:
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Good luck. Hopefully this helps.

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