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Dvd Player I have a dvd player built into my Magnavox tv. I can not get the dvd to eject. It does not even have a light on that tells me a dvd is in the player. Is there any way to manually remove the dvd? or fix this problem.

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Probably the eject motor is non-functional.the tv can be opened and the dvd removed manually without affecting the tv section. the problem can be fixed by replacing the motor.

Posted on Aug 24, 2007

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