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I have a cd stuck in my ponitac g6, 2007 player. When I press the eject, the only result I get is a clicking sound. How do I reset? Someone told me that I have to remove my car battery so it can reset and eject the cd. Is that true? HELP please.

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Just saying here, I got mine out with tweezers...give it a TRY!

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