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DVD holder tray in CPU unit.

DVD tray holder in CPU unit keeps going in and out with or without a disc inside after being powered on. Please advise.

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This could be due to a sticky eject button on the front of the drive or a damaged PCB inside it. If it's the latter the only way around it is to replace the drive.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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