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We have a Sanyo model DP26670 with a built in DVD player on the side. A DVD is stuck inside. When you press eject it makes a loud noise and then starts loading. We have tried unplugging it and holding the eject button. Still stuck

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SOURCE: DVD stuck in DVD player, TV/DVD player combo

I have had this before, get yourself a butter knife, slide it gently into the space, and try to maneurver the dvd back a little, and while you have the butter knife in, push your open/close button, hope this works for you it did for me!

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: just set up new Sanyo DP26670. Need to switch

Hello, you'll find a download for you Sanyo tv at the following link: http://us.sanyo.com/dynamic/product/Downloads/DP26670_En-17183003.pdf. refer to page 17 for channel set up instruction.

Posted on Oct 26, 2010

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SOURCE: dvd stuck in tv dvd player

According the owners manual you will have to call PROSCAN customer support for help with this problem. The telephone number for customer support is 1-888-977-6722. You can also go to The website and use the customer support there. The website for PROSCAN is www.oncorpus.com. I hope this has helped you with your problem.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Two DVD's stuck in Toshiba Regza with built-in DVD player

If you can find a piece of stiff wire, put a small 90 degree bend onto one end and try to hook the edge or middle of the DVD drawer and pull out the drawer. It will resist a bit but should come out.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: the dvd disc is stuck and won't eject

Bring the unit to a repair center to get the disk out. Trying yourself could ruin the unit.

If you brought it to me I wouldn't even charge you.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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