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DVD tray will not eject

I own a Toshiba MD13P3 TV/DVD combo. My daughter stuck a dvd and forced the tray in and now it does not work. I opened the unit and got to the DVD unit and removed the DVD. Now the DVD does not open or close- When I press the eject button I see the mechanisms working but nothing happens- Is there a website or a step by step webpage where I can see how this device works? All I want is to play movies on this thing~!!! [email protected]!!

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  • hands157 Feb 11, 2008

    have t/dvd fcombo. first time i played it the cd will no eject. called company and they said just unplug. ltried no good. how do i get dvd out?

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Go to the any depanator and help to zero(.)settyng your dvd

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