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TRY TURNING OFF CD PLAYER.WAIT 10 MINUTES THEN TURN CD PLAYER BACK ON THEN PRESS THE EJECT BUTTON.SOME TIMES CDS PLAYERS GET HOT WHEN PLAYED FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME.MY CDS SEEMS GET STUCK WHEN I PLAY CD PLAYER LONG TIME.SOMETIMES IF CD DONT COME OUT .IF IT STICKING OUT JUST A LITTLE.TRY PUSHING BACK IN CD PLAYER THEN EJECT IT.THIS TRICK WORKS SOME TIMES.
while pressing eject,slip another disc in the slot 1/4''. wait a couple seconds till you feel it being pushed out by the original cd. do not put the original cd back in till you have cheched for scratches or a warped disc. hope this helps
MY DAUGHTER PUT A CD IN THE CD PAYER AND NOW MY CD PLAYER DOES NOT WORK.I HAVE A 2005 NISSAN ALTIMA.THE KIND OF RADIO IS A BOSE 6 CD CHANGER.I PRESS THE CD BUTTON AND IT SAYS PUSH EJECT.I PUSH EJECT AND IT SOUND LIKE IT'S TRYING TO EJECT BUT NOTHING COMES OUT.CAN YOU HLP ME
We have tried several of the solutions offered. (i.e. holding eject button down several seconds and then pressing again; inserting another CD into slot 1.5 " and using eject button at same time; pulling the fuse on the radio and waiting 10 minutes w/o using key in ignition and then reinstalling fuse. NONE of these worked. There's a certain amount of satisfaction to "fixing" a problem on one's own, BUT nothing we read about and tried worked. Since we bought the 2005 RAM just last week, we're going to take the problem back to the Dealer to fix. THANKS.
If this a CD with a paper label, sometimes they will peel up on the edge and not allow the CD to eject or in same cases the CD is slightly warped.
One thing you might try is this..... Get a flash light and try and look into the CD slot when the radio is trying to eject. There is a black felt type material that you can lift up slightly and if you can see the disc edge trying to come out it may look like it is very slightly too high and getting caught. You can take a business card and try and slide it above the CD edge from the side and this will get the edge of the CD to come down and eject. This has worked many times for me anyway.
sounds strange but what you need to do is disconnect the power to the stereo by either taking the stereo out and unplgging it or take the fuse out or dis-connecting the battery. (if its a code locked stereo make sure you have the code before you do this) wait 30 seconds then reconnect it, put code in if needed then press eject as the stereo would have been reset, a pain i know but it beats ramming a screwriver in the slot
I had this say problem with my 2000 solara. Here is the fix, remove one of the car battery terminals for a couple of mins (3-4mins). The reattach the battery terminal back. This would make your cd player and car clock reset. once you start your car you should be able to eject the cds. You'll just need to reprogram all your preset radio station. Hope it helps