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Cover broken One of the two corner plastic **** pieces that locks into the DVD player (the back left and back right) broke off recently, and now it is difficult to get the cover to open, as the "open" button no longer does anything. Is it possible to buy/find another cover?

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  • RoseMWGM Feb 10, 2009

    My cover is broken and I am trying to find a new one. my player has not worked since the cover was broken.

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Yes. Parts should be available from the manufacturer and/or distributor. To find them, look in the phone book's yellow pages, consult your user manual/warranty or do a Google search on line.

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