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How do you retrieve a DVD that will not eject? When we use the eject button, we hear a grinding noise. Can we open up the DVD exchanger to retrieve the DVD?

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1st. turn off dvd and tv
2nd there is a small hole in the front of the dvd case,,usually close to the eject button.
3rd use a straight ,,slowly insert and you should feel a lever that will open the door. i,portant to so this slowly...

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