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I have lost my manual that came with my car, and I was sick for a year right after I got my car and lost a lot of my memory. I have a 2003 Saturn Vue with a factory installed audio system. I can't get a CD to play or even eject. Can you help? Nancy

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My son came over and used a card to jimmy the cd out of the player.  That is not a permanent solution, but I just won't use it again until I can have it looked at.  Thanks.

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