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Can't get a dvd to eject from from a Lexus cd player

I put a dvd in the CD by mistake. The thing won't eject. It diplayes an error 3 code

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Basically just carefully insert another CD into the slot, but only about 1 to 2 inches of the disk and keep jiggling the disk around and pressing the eject button.

This was a suggestion for the lexus owners club wed site.
give it a try and if it doesnt work let me know and I will try to find something that does.

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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