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that is one of worse nightmare when you have a magazine loader in the systems when the cd get stuck. its common to all cd player some has better luck than others, Only thing I recommend is to take it to your local stereo shop or do it your self taking the unit apart and remove the cd. Keep in mind, when having magazine loader, some of the older unit will not read the new format or burn disk and it will read no disk or error and the cd will get lock. if the unit cant read the cd, majority of the time its does recognize there is a cd in unit. try tuning on and off couple of time and keep pressing eject button. you may have to do it 8-10 times to see if that will release the stuck cd.
hi.... there is only one way to remove the coins from the cd slot.....you needed to go for the service center....there they will disassemble it in few seconds and take out the coins and reassemble it very carefully.....so that your cd player also doesn't get any damages in it....it will cost only very little....
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No - there is no manual eject. It must be disassembled to remove the CD. Your eject mechanism or motor has failed.
Sometimes tapping on the unit or removing it completely and doing it while level frees up a jammed mechanism - but otherwise the chassis must be disassembled.
Any repair shop will do it for about $20.
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There should be a reset button on either the face of the player or under the faceplate if its removable (tiny black button). Otherwise to remove the cd disconnect the unit and then plug it in or remove the memory fuse or battery lead for 5 seconds.
I have now gone through 3 of these units and encountered that exact same issue. The first came from a Tweeter store, the second from Ebay, and arrived with a CD stuck in it (I returned it), and the third from Ebay, ad that one just broke last week. It clicks when I try to load a CD.
The only reason that I kept buying them is because I have an old BMW, and the black face and orange/amber illumination match my interior exactly. I am trying to contact Clarion, but the 'support' link on the site is not active. I tried to remove the stuck CD from the first unit to no avail. Basically, it is broken, and even if you remove the CD, the load/eject mechanism is broken and you can no longer play a CD in that unit.