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Eject my player won't eject the disc that is in it. i took the front off and there are two plastic guards that have engaged by metal prongs from within the unit. i need to know how to fix this

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I have the same unit with the same problem, but i have a fix!! I contacted pioneer and they have service centers all over, i sent mine today to sybesma's electronics in MI thats close to me you can try there or call pioneer (1-800-421-1404) to get your own place. Good luck!

Posted on Sep 25, 2007

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