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Unable to open CD tray

I have been using SD-6000 since few months. All of sudden, the DVD tray would not pop out ... I turned it on/off several times but unable to open it. Pls help.

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The winding of the motor controlling the tray operation may not be getting the supply properly or functioning well ...
check it...

that must be the problem

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