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Cd disc changer

The stereo cd player has a stuck cd disc in i can't get out. how do you manually remove cd disc?

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As with ALL disk drives, you need to dissemble the changer to remove the disk by hand. Usually not as bad as it sounds, have done it many times.

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generally it would just need to be reset... unhook the battery for about ten minutes and hook it back up. make sure you have the unlock code for the radio FIRST and you know how to enter it.

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