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CD will not come back out???

How come my CD won't come back out? I pressed the EJECT button, I pressed and held the EJECT for 3 second to reset the CD mechanism, and I have reset the whole radio. But my CD still won't come out.. How to fix? --- Note: everything else works!!

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Someone will have to open the unit to SEE if the issue is a jam or a mechanism issue.

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