Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
Could be tricky depending on how deep it went in and if it dropped down when it did. Have you tried unplugging all the leads, pointing the disk slot down and tapping it on the back or the sides? Maybe get a torch and look in the slot to see if you can see part of the card. Try to grab it with some long thin tweezers but make sure it's unplugged from power first of course.
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