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I have a Sony PCV-V300G with a bad DVD drive but don't know how to safely remove the rear cover. I removed the 2 1.25" screws at the lower edge or each side but no go. I Don't want to break anything. Any help will be appreciated.

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After you remove the screws, check every middle side if front, ther must be a hole in the mettle where is attached frome inside a plastick switch that holds it all together, pushe them on by one( opposit ones first), with somthing strong untill the are unleshed frome the metal, then remove the front end...and then its all done....
there might be some small other details u cannot apply this solution on all drives **** its the basic way....

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