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CD port The CD port has trouble gripping the CD and wont come out. It tries, but it seems as if it cant grip the CD. It can also no longer read the CD but it knows that there is a CD in the stereo system. What is wrong and how do I fix it?

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  • jautra Nov 23, 2008

    have a 1999 chevy tahoe,with a sprat cd player that will not play. The radio reads error and ejects all cd's, have tried new cd's as well.

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