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    Philips Philips BTM630/37 cd eject malfunction

    Hi everyone, I own a BTM630/37 and about 9 months ago the CD eject button stopped working (yes I know I procrastinated). I've looked at several fix-it-yourself forums for a solution (I've fixed a few of my own appliances and electronics), discovered it seems to be a frequent problem with no solution, and I was hoping to find one here. The first one delivered didn't even read CDs and I was overjoyed when this one worked perfectly. I am hoping to stay a Philips fan (a name thing).
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    Hi Phil,

    Sorry to hear your product has stopped working correctly

    Unfortunately we cannot advise in the forum on how you can repair the product yourself but would recommend you contact your local Philips Consumer Care for advice on how to proceed.

    You can find your local Philips support numbers here: http://www.support.philips.com/suppo...g_selector.jsp

    Kind regards,

    Gary

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    I know your post is a few years old. I have a noisy fan on my BTM630/37 and would like to take the unit apart to clean it. I can't seem to figure out how to take it apart. Any help you could give would be really appreciated.

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    I know your post is a few years old. I have a noisy fan on my BTM630/37 and would like to take the unit apart to clean it. I can't seem to figure out how to take it apart. Any help you could give would be really appreciated.

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    Dear Bigredlions,

    We provide service information to our authorised service and repair centres only.
    Please provide me with your location so I can find relevant contact information for you so you can have your unit serviced by a qualified technician.

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