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Music CD stuck in car stereo

I have a 2004 Odyssey LX. a CD has got stick in my stereo and won;t come out by just pressing the buttons.
How do I reomve the CD?
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I had a similar problem with a different van. I called the dealer and they told me to try putting another CD in partially and the pressure from that CD should make the other CD release. Just remember to keep a grip on the CD you are trying to insert. It worked on the van I had. It's a cheap idea to try....what do you have to lose?

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This will have to be taken out and serviced. Unless you have some tweezers that will fit in there and force it out.

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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