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Take a paper clip and bend a small portion of it so it is straight and push it in to the CD slot trying to make it on top of the CD. Push the eject button and whiloe it is trying to eject the disc try pulling it out with the paper clip. Pull a little bit and then set it up and again. Eventually you will catch the center of the disc or have it out enough that you can poull it out.
I temporarily fixed this issue on an 02 Camry last night . It has to do with the little plastic arm that opend the door to the floor vents. Get in driver's side and look under the dash toward the center on the cabin air box. There is a small white plastic bit with a cheanell in it and it i supposed to mate to white plastic bit with a little metal knob in the end. The plastic chanell wears out and allows the metal know to come free, hence the door to the floor vents wont open . It's quote obvious once you get down there and loot at it . Simply put the two pieces back together and its all good, creative use of a very small zip tie will fix this one for good.
The CD input slot is not hidden. You should be able to see it, BUT, if a CD is stuck in the player, there is a "door" that closes and will not let you put a CD in. If so, the radio must be removed, and the CD extracted.
Emissionwiz is correct, this is just a matter of getting everything lined up.
Regarding the stuck CD, try this: Remove the radio from the dash. UNPLUG all of the connectors behind the radio. Wait for 1 minute. Then plug them all back in. See if the radio "comes back to life". I encounter this situation quite often, 9 time out of 10 I can bring the radio back on, and then eject the CD. Also note that Camry CD players really HATE "burnt" or "copied" CDs. These types of Cds stick in the player all of the time.