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Ok, please try the following. Turn your PS3 off at the back so no lights on at all. While holding the eject button turn your PS3 on. It should now force eject the disc. Dont worry if your fan starts spinning super fast, this is normal when you do this.

You will need to turn your PS3 off at the back again as usually the front button becomes unresponsive after this method.

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