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    Old DVD Drive

    Jsut pulled an old DVD drive apart because there was a game stuck in it...never knew how much fun it could be to destroy retrieved without harm..the operation was a complete success
    Quote Originally Posted by TAKTAK View Post
    It didn't fall off, it merely became insufficient at it's purpose and got a bit droopy...

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    Re: Old DVD Drive

    you could of just put a paperclip or other bit of wire into the draw release hole
    (not as good to get rid of tension but a lot quicker)

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