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My drive ejects and tray keeps on doing in & out automatically. Sometimes it ejects and remains as it is. If you try to push the tray inside it ejects and stops working. Please advice what part of the drive is affected. I have removed covers of the drive and am able to see all the internal part of it.

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SOURCE: Disc Tray Will Not Eject

Just next to the eject button on the actual recorder there should be a tiny pinhole.  If you use a small paperclip and insert it, then push, you should be able to manually eject the DVD.  Hope this helps!

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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ok there is a small hole below the tray, use a small paper clip
wire to push in that whole, push and the tray should come out.

if that doesnt work take cd player out, push plastic clips on side
and top at front , front plate should come off .

where small whole was in front look behind plate you will see a small little metal arm push on that

should be able to clear cd player then .

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you need to send it off to get repaired

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turn off the laptop and turn it on again as soon as you see the windows startup push eject button see if it open if not then the CD rom is jammed inside


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SOURCE: tray lock on pioneer

press and hold stop button on the front apnel on ur dvd palyer ur palyer will resetting

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