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CD stuck in Factory installed CD player

A CD stuck in Factory installed CD player. I have a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix. I put a cd that fell on the ground in the CD player and it started making this loud sound then I ejected it and put a different CD that always works in and it was like spinning for 15 minutes and wouldn't eject or do anything then it just stopped working all together. When I push the button to go to CD mode it wont do anything. Is there anyway to fix it or do I have to replace it?

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TRY REMOVING THE RADIO FUSE FOR 30 SECONDS THEN REINSTALL IT. THE CD PLAYER WILL SOMETIMES EJECT THE CD OR EVEN START WORKING PROPERLY AGAIN.

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