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Cd player problems

So today on my way to school and i was wanting to listen to a cd, so i pushed the eject button and i tried to put the cd in and it wouldn't go in, so i pushed the eject button and it took it, but heres the problem the cd only went in a little bit to where it would have just a little bit sticking out and it starting spinning. I tried to get it a little push to go in but it won't go. So i took the cd out and i pushed the eject button to close the deck and it didn't move. So i had to use my hand to move it. I don't know what coukd be wrong. Please if any help could be given i would so appreciate it.

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I installed a dual xdm7510 reciver in my car and it worked fine for a day but now it will not play anything. Sometimes it will play and sometimes it will just eject any cd that I put in it. write me at [email protected]

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