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I can open the cd dvd tray;
the cd is stuck way up inside of the laptop on the other side of the CD DVD tray- like it slipped past the tray ---when I open the tray I can't get it to shake out.

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If you are able to remove the cd drive form the laptop on top there are 3 very small screws remove those and then you can remove the stuck cd

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