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Dvd door The DVD/CD door will not open when pushing either the button on the system or the remote button. Is there a way to open the door without damaging the system? Is this problem fixable? Thank you, Denise

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In the user or instruction guide, there should be a way they show you how to open the tray door if a disc becomes stuck most of the time. if it does not then the unnits going to have to be taken apart, and if you havent a clue how it disassembles you could cause more problems. The units going to have to go into a repair shop because this is a solid state unit and its not a serviceable unit to a user.

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