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I have a sony audio cd stuck in the cd player. Ejection error displays when ejection button pressed. How did I get it outwithout damaging player?

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It is better to pull the fuse for the cd player disconnecting the battery will cause you to lose all running and shift data for the engine and transmission computer, look at the fuse panel and try that. To pull cable will cause car to run crappy for a while and all presets that the engine has met will be erased and it will have to learn all over.

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Try disconnecting the battery for 1 min and after reconnecting the battery, try ejecting the CD from the radio. This should work, and if it does not then it's mechanical problem with the CD player. Good luck and hope this works.

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