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Disc tray won't open

Working fine one day. the next day i can't get the disc tray to open.. the system powers up fine. i also can get the radio to work... just can't get the CD disc tray to open.. have disconnected/reconnected power supply... have hit it a couple times... still can't get it to open.. any suggestions are welcome. thanks.

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Needs new tray drive belt

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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