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Cannot eject finalized disc

When I move the power switch to camera and push the open button, the disc cover does not open. I hear four clicks and then no open. The record pause indicator in the upper right corner of the lcd is on. Is this normal for a finalized disk? My disk is a dvd-rw type. Thanks for any help.

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Try turnin the camera to the side where gravity will help pop open the disc and be careful not be keeping it close with your own hand. Its a thin cover and you can accidently be holding it close without knowing.

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