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Hi Ive got a panasonic home theater scht670, and recently my cd tray broke litteraly broken trying to fix it, and I was wonder if theress a way to bypass the initalization of the cd tray or where can i get a replacement, usually i only use the other functions tv, aux etc I dont mind if the cd-dvd player wont work Tnx In advance.

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If you have the broken pieces, try gluing them together with ABS pipe cement (not PVC unless it is also labeled for ABS). If you can't find this, then use metal-filled epoxy (JB-Weld). Unless the tray is in the extended position and the break is outside the the rest of the mechanism, I recommend either manually working the mechanism to get the tray fully extended or disassembling the mechanism to get the tray out. You don't want to risk gluing other parts of the player, and you'll have more control over the necessary clamping of the pieces.

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