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So I did it over the weekend.
Materials that I used were:

1. Mini ratchet
2. Standard size screw driver
3. Flat head screw driver (to remove the clips)
4. Trim remover (optional)
5. Flashlight
6. Dremel Tool

As shown in the photo, I made the cut part lower compared to Velox. Took me 3 hours total to do it.

Thank you so much @Velox003

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Good job! what item was stuck? I had a broken pen, pencil and tin of lotion.
Thanks! I wouldn't have the guts to do it had it not been for your input. I tried to do it before but was unable to completely remove the panels.

It had an expired handicapped blue tag there. I now remembered that somebody borrowed the car about 6 months and reported that the lid doesn't close anymore. They had an elderly as one of the passengers.
 

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We have the same problem. Did you ever get it out?
You’ll need to disassemble the whole compartment

 

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My moms van had this issue too. I was taking the console apart and realized what a hastle that was and the risk i would be taking outweighed the reward. As i was finishing assembling it i realized that you could try open the panal inside the console (under the console door). As I pryed it open I saw a recipt and a check book and managed to pry them out through the slit. Its back to normal and fully functional :)
 
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