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We just bought a new cd and it's stuck in the car stereo

It's a KDC-122. It won't eject. You can hear it try to when you press the eject button. Pushing the select button won't bring up the CD player. It only goes to tuner and off.

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Mine does this to its just that the disc goes in to low so i took an old cd and stuck it under the one inside and it ejects out but this is able to scratch your good cd

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Hi there,
If you like you can read throuh the manual for further help if this fails,
at this address :
http://www.cartoys.com/cartoy/pdfs/kdc-122s_manual.pdf

However the units have a forcible eject mode, im raking my brain for it but i think 90%  sure its as follows...
Try pressing and holding eject and the power button at the same time for about three to five seconds, the machine shoudl buzz louder then normal an do a full eject cycle for about 2 seconds,
If worse comes to worse you can take off the outer casing  four screws (if not under warranty) and carefully lift the disc slightly and slide it out. Take care to to force anything as you can damage/scratch the unit. 
Another option is that you ring the Kenwwod customer service number and ask how them what the button press combination is for forcibly ejecting cds from the unit. you may need to ask for someone in repairs there to get a knowlegable answer, 
Hope this helps 
Cheers
STeve

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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