Question about Panasonic SC-PT770 Theater System with Wireless Speakers
There is a tiny hole in the front of the drive precisely to overcome this problem. Carefully straighten out a paper clip to give you about 1-half inches. Carefully introduce it into the hole and gently push until you feel resistance. This means the paper clip has touched the special release mechanism inside.
Pushing in a little further, you will find a little further resistance and then the drive will start to open a little. Keep pushing until about half an inch of the drive is exposed which will allow you to very carefully open the drive manually. It is perfectly safe to do this and is an accepted method with all 'stand-alone' CD/DVD ROM drives sold for installing in computers. Most CD/DVD ROM Drive manufacturers actually include a special, 3 inch long tool about the same dimension as a paper clip when you but a new drive.
Be careful and don't rush it.
Follow this procedure with the equipment completely switched OFF.
When you switch ON again, the drive will automatically close itself and you will be 'back in business'.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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