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There are two CD' in the player.

A second CD was put into the player accidently, also it was inserted upside down. Now we cannot get it to eject. It just makes a clicking sound.

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You have to remove the radio so you don't short out anything remove the fuse for the radio once the radio is out by taking off the face plate you should be able to remove the CDs without damaging your unit don't pry on anything and you can do it

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