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Mustang GT In Dash CD Player Jammed

I have taken it to the dealer twice for the CD 1 getting stuck when you try to eject it. It was under warranty both times and they said no repair was needed and that I needed to just fiddle with it when it jammed. It got stuck again today with CD 1 but now it says there is no CD at 1,2, and 5 but there are 6 CDs in the player as none came out. Now all I get is a CD ERROR...very frustrating. My GT is now out of warranty (of course) so I am guessing I'm going to get stuck with the bill on this thanks to my local Ford dealership not fixing the problem the first two times I reported it. Very frustrating!!!!

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