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Re: the cd is stuck
Some CD/DVD units have a manual opening mechanism, it looks like a small hole on the front of the unit, try using a needle or a metal rod that fits by inserting it into the hole and pushing it should open the unit in case it got stuck somehow.
If afterwards it continues to work then all's good else you'll have to bring it to a workshop.
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You have not said what the make and model are. If this unit is not mounted in a dash or someplace like that, you can take it apart to remove the cd. If it is mounted and you dont want to unmount it, then you can try to be the CD out with something like a butter knife.
you may have to take it to a professional to get it out if anything because there is a trick if you go to eject the disk and you see just a small piece of it where it comes out from try stick a flat hard object like a small flat head screw diver or the tip of a knife under or over the disk and push up or down and pry it lightly out but you risk scratching the disk and ruining the disk. if you know how to open it up without damaging the internal parts then you have to open it up and supply power to the deck then when you push the eject button try to help the disk out of the deck. I hope i have answered your question, if so please vote and leave high marks. Thank you very much.
hi, i have a kenwood kvt_725(or did have before some scallywag robbed it) i had a simular problem when ejecting discs i found that if you turn power off and removed face plate and turned ignition off it eventually ejected the disc and worked, or a simular routine with the face plate then ignition etc etc. i know it seems a lame solution sorry but hope it helps.....