Question about Televison & Video
I have a samsung dvd 4300 and I accidentally stuck a dvd on top of one in there already...of course it will not eject. How do I get it out? I live in Mexico, so sending it in is not that easy.
If you are comfortable taking the cover off, you can try removing the cover and then try and remove the DVD by yourself.
IF you are not comfortable removing the cover then, you can try to take a credit card trick that has worked for me.(Actually, if you have any of those JUNK credit cards that the CC companies send out as trial offers, those work the best, and who cares if you bend those, they get tossed anyway) and bend an edge at a 90 degree.. (about 1/8" of the edge) so it makes like a small ledge. Try to fit it inbetween the top of the door, and then see if you can open it up. Some players have a seperate door, and some trays are attached to the door. You might be able to help it out or unjam the tray this way.
And in the Future, with any other CD/DVD Players, use your remote control or the open and close button to open and close the tray, and NEVER Push on the tray itself. If I had a dollar for every dvd player tray that Ive fixed because of this, I would be buying bill gates dinner. (not really, but you get my point)
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Posted on Mar 21, 2008
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