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My Jensen cd3010x won't eject the cd

I just bought my car and it had a cd stuck inside the radio. I took it apart in order to remove the cd and it seem that when it's ejecting it doesn't completely push the cd up and out...only makes it halfway there or so.

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Press the Jensen logo button. The panel will drop down. A button inside will eject the CD.

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just take out the whole dash kit and then you will be able to take it out

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SOURCE: Jensen CD3010X Radio Problems

This happened to me too--with the same unit. I finally took it apart and found that the volume up button was shot. The tiny piece of metal that makes electronic contact had actually snapped in the middle causing contact to be made at random by bumps rattles or just about anything. Since the unit automatically comes on when the volume button is pressed, even turning it off was ineffective. So...I unsoldered one of the buttons that I never used much and soldered it where the broken volume button had been. I'm no expert, so I was rather surprised when the unit worked after i reattached it in my dash. Anyways, it was a cheap fix for a cheap--and poorly made deck. good luck

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