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When I press the radio/CD player EJECT button the display shows REMOVE DISC, but the disc does not appear from the slot like it usually does. Then the display shows LOADING DISC and proceeds with playback. Have tried ejecting CD after complete cooldown and also warm (after driving car a couple hours), without success. Removed radio fuse per technical bulletin suggestion-still unsuccessful.

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You will need to remove the cd player from dash

take top off of it and remove cd your self it seems to have got jammed in there
then reinstall it and put cd back in that will fix the problem

if you need pics and info on how to do get back to me id be glad to help

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  5. Some players, especially aftermarket ones, use a CD cartridge or magazine. Tapping on the cartridge while pressing the eject button sometimes ejects stuck discs. CarSpace member Alwaysfords2 has been able to remove stuck CD magazines by using a piece of shim stock or a hack saw blade and going alongside one of the long sides of the magazine to hit the release. You can rock the magazine a little bit in the slot to see the mechanism and it should be easy to release - sort of like using the little pin hole on a CD drive, the magazine pops up as soon as it is freed.
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