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Cd changer jammed on 03 dodge caravan

The 6 cd disc changer on my 2003 dodge caravan is jammed. There is cd's inside, the lights come on and sometimes flash but nothing will eject. Is this something I can fix, can the disc changer be dismantled?

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    I tried to change cd in cd changer in my 2003 GMC Yukon and the cd won't come out. The icon on the front of the radio just blinks and the cd won't come out.

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http://www.dodge.com/en/owners/manuals/index.html?year=2004&nameplate=Neon

P.99 describes how to load discs:

1. Select and press any numbered button without an illuminated light above it.
2. Insert the CD while the light above the chosen button is flashing and the two lights on either side of the slot are illuminated.
3. Upon insertion, the CD will begin to play, and both the button light and the lights in the corner of the loading slot will illuminate.
4. Repeat the process for loading any additional CDs. The CD playe rwill stop while additional CDs are loaded.

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Wow, that's a lot of typing.
I didn't know the 2004 Dodge Neon had such a nice changer.
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