Recently a CD got stuck in my SuperDrive. The iMac tried to eject the CD, but it got stuck and pulled back again almost instantly. After a bit of time hesitating I decided to try and pry the CD out of the drive by force. Although it didn't really work, the CD was caught in a sort of infinite eject-get-stuck-pull-back-in loop and - much to my surprise - the SuperDrive finally managed to eject it after around 30 minutes. This would be all fine, if not for one slight problem. I think I might have broken my SuperDrive. When inserting another DVD/CD, it basically repeats the above mentioned process of not getting a good grip on the DVD, ejecting it, pulling it back in and finally spitting it out after 5-10 unsuccessful tries. Now, my question: Is there anything I can do that doesn't involve replacing the SuperDrive? I didn't buy AppleCare back then (and I'm extremely annoyed by my decision, because after precisely 1 year and 1 month the problems started...), so letting Apple replace it will cost me dearly. So yeah, I'm really hoping there is something I can do that doesn't involve spending cash. If, however, the drive is dead... the drive in question is a Pioneer DVR-K06A, which I can't seem to find for sale anywhere. Can I just buy any replacement slim/slot-in/ATA drive? Or does it have to be that specific model? Or would I be better off just buying an external DVD burner until I scrounge together enough cash for a new Mac? Thanks in advance.