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CD stuck and will not come out of player

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  • nancy kugler Nov 02, 2012

    Ther is no override hole or slot. I put the tiny screwdriver in the CD slot and wiggled it.

  • nancy kugler Nov 02, 2012

    Ther is no override hole or slot. I put the tiny screwdriver in the CD slot and wiggled it.

  • nancy kugler Nov 02, 2012

    after much noise the CD finially came out. Is my unit broken?

  • nancy kugler Nov 02, 2012

    Thank you for help but now I am afraid to play my CD.s

  • nancy kugler Nov 04, 2012

    Because of your help I was able to get the disc out of the player.

  • nancy kugler Nov 04, 2012

    Because of your help I was able to get the disc out of the player.

  • nancy kugler Nov 04, 2012

    Because of your help I was able to get the disc out of the player. However, it was all

  • nancy kugler Nov 04, 2012

    scratched up. I am afraid now to put another disc in.

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Almost all CD players have an "open" over ride. Look for a small hole or rectangular opening on the side of the unit near the front. Using a tiny screwdriver, carefully insert it and gently move it back and forth. It should give an audible click, and release the CD.

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