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Hi had that same problem and it will come out but only with great force it has rubber tips behind that keeps it in. I have found that it is much easier to pull it out all the way and then take the little drawer out underneath that is how i retreived my cds that fell in!!

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open the cup holder shine a light above it you will see a tab you can use a screwdriver to seperate the tabs and the cup holder will slide out

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squeeze the underside of tray springs and it will slide out.
Vitally

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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