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  1. #1
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    cd-rom tray won't close. was working fine, ejected disk, then it wouldn't close. Any ideas. System is only one month old.
    Thanks

  2. #2
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    May try easily pushing the CDROM tray back in. See if there is a hole in the front of your CDROM by the eject button, will be an emergency release button you can hit with a paper clip.

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    "You know what I like about Imac's?
    They have a Handle, so I can throw them farther"


  3. #3
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    Thanks. Didn't work. Can't push tray back inside, because there is a metal holder (I am guessing that's what holds cd's in place) that moves upward when I push on tray. Tried the paper clip but this holder inside blocks the tray from returning into it's position.

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    If the system is only a month old, take it back and have the CD rom drive replaced.

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    But Collin! That would be logical! Dont be so crazy



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    "You know what I like about Imac's?
    They have a Handle, so I can throw them farther"


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    Thanks again. That's what I will have to do. Was hoping to fix it, before traveling 150 miles to return it, but no such luck.
    Again, thanks for your help.

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