You may have to remove the stereo from the dash, take it apart and remove the CD manually. If the CD still doesnt play with only 1 inserted, it may have damage to the laser. Happened many times to me.....
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CD players do a little POST before they show you the disc contents. The disc first spins up then the laser head skips across to read the index with is generally on the inside track near the center. If the CD doesn't spin or the head doesn't move the CD player will auto-eject the CD. I'd have that player serviced or replaced.
is it the stock cd player if not then it may be because there are tabs in for display puposes so ppl cant put eny cds in them and play it while in store go to a futur shop or eny stereo store if it is stock it may be a defect or a pin let go inside or your eject system is shorting somewere inside
This is common problem with CD players. Try to clean the Lens first by using CD cleaner. If same issue will happen after cleaning. You need to bring the unit to an electrician and have it opened and have the Lens adjusted.
Mostly The cd is jammed between the laser sensor and the cd rotator.Try removing the audio player and reseting the whole device if possible.Or if you have sufficient technical know how.Open the player try to manually open the disc tray.and remove thedisc.This can happen even if the disc is broken inside the player.
Only thing I can think of other than pulling it out of dash & trying to get it out upside down would be to tear one of those flat magnets of the back of those calenders or whatever you have or can get for a $1 or $2, that stick on your fridge etc. Worth a shot, if not, get back to us & hopefully we can find instructions for you to take player out & back in without too much trouble.
Oh, i had this problem several times... look, the best answer that i can give you is to buy a new one, there's sony's cd-players that are great, me and my father have. now, if you want to stay with this cd player just insert the cd several times until it will play. but again, you better buy a different one.