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C.d. player will not pull the c.d. in the player

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    my cd player will not pull in the cd.

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There is a detection sensor inside that is not working but it will need to be tested to determine the exact cause, unless there is a cd already in there, try to eject even if there is no cd in it , also you can try to disconnect the power for a min then connect the power back

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