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Open the computer case, disconnect the power and data cables from the drive and remove it from the case. How you do this will depend on the type of case your computer has. There may be screws on both sides of the drive, one side only, or no screws in a tool-less case where there will be some kind of release tabs so you can slide the drive out.
Once you have the drive out of the computer, there are four screws in the bottom that hold the drive together. Take those out, take off the top cover and you'll be able to get at whatever's stuck in the drive. Just be careful if the sticker is near the laser lens. If you poke too hard the pickup assembly can be damaged and you'll be replacing the drive.
In fact, with new drives only around $30, it might be easier and just as cost-effective simply to replace it right off.
Dude CD ROM's are designed to close all by themselves in case if there is anything stuck in between,just unplug the CD Rom,and u might find a small hole,kindly punch in it using a pin so that the front portion of cd rom will open and clean up the entire drive using a soft brush(b careful about lens present inside)and fix it back and check out whether it works out
Does the light flash when you press the button? If so, was there a disk in the drive previously? There is a small hole on the front of the unit. With power off, get a paper clip and open it up halfway. Push the open end into this hole and the drawer should pop open by about half an inch. This will be enough for you to gently pull the drive open and remove anything stuck inside. Ian.
Take a pin/needle, and stick it in the small hole which should be somewhere on the front of the dvd rom. This should open the drive a bit, so that u can pull it out. then close it, and try if it opens then. If it doesnt, then you will have to grease the sides of the slide (from the bottom) a bit with vaseline. open and close it manualy a few times, and try then. If it still dont work then, then you may need to replace the little black bellt which it has just underneath the tray, towards the front of the drive.
Sir, You have encountered a problem often seeen in LG models. It could have spontaneously generated or as a sideeffect of recent servicing. It is difficult to correct. so an alternative way is use a pin to force open the door. On the front panel there will be a small mm hole through which insert a straightened paper slip to force eject the door. once door is out a little. pull it or use button to fully take out the tray.
For future, always keep a cd rom inside. that will probably let you eject the tray automatically. Problem occurs usually only withthe empty tray. good luck