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Face plate won't open far enough to insert a CD

When the eject button is pushed, the face plate doesn't open all the way flat, which would open up the slot to insert the CD. I can't see that anything is stopping it from coming down all the way. Any suggestions?

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Try to hit slowly the faceplate in the left side until its open

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