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HELP! Pleeeease! CD stuck in undercabinet player--opens but cd remains inside

I have an under-cabinet mounted Audiovox 1 cd player with my son's favorite Thomas the Train CD---that's no longer made, I might add--stuck inside. After listening to it tonight, I pushed the eject button and the drawer opened, but nothing was in it. Perplexed, I closed it--no noises or scraping sounds--and it read the cd again, ready to play it. But every time I open it, nothing's in the tray. I'm technologically impaired at figuring out how to take the thing apart (it took me about 2 hours just to mount it under the cabinet when I got it a year ago!). Of course, I can't locate the manual or the model number. Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated. Gotta have that CD for the car, don'tcha know?

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  • richardcoats Sep 26, 2008

    6 cd's stuck in in dash ford escape player, i need my pink floyd back!



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It seems that CD stack on player's axis.

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

  • Mico Dukic Oct 05, 2007

    I'm affraid that you (or someone else) have to remove cover and manualy remove CD. And afther that, try to find out why it happend.



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