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Cd won't eject

The cd won't eject I can hear that it wants to but dosen't?
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The roller that grabs and ejects the cd has been bent out of shape. usually happens when somebody tries to force a second cd in the slot with one already in it. if you arent down to completely tear the cd player apart and try to fix it, then sell it to someone who can and get a new one.

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