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Need DVD gear part number

I bought this tv with dvd not working. It is missing the gear that slides the DVD tray in and out. Can someone look up this part and see what the part number is and where can I order it? Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2008

    my dvd tray is stuck in the open position and will not close no matter what i do

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That gear is part of the carriage assembly and is not available by itself...accordianman

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