Question about Crosley 4-in-1 Entertainer CD Shelf System
I also have the problem of the CD tray/drawer not opening. It does not even make sound when you hit the eject button. It is stuck in the closed position even though the display changes to OPEN or CLOSE when I hit the button.
I tried prying it gently with a butter knife as previously suggested but that doesn't work either. It stays put and won't open.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a butter knife and force the cd tray to open try not to force to hard that it breaks but enough that it might kick in the eject by itself
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Yes, there is i've done it before. You have to either open the back or the bottom it depends what cd player you have. then you will see the cartridge with the CD on it, take a thin long objects or something sticky and pull gently on the CD. It may take sometime but if you do it right the CD will com out with no scratch.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
SOURCE: cd drawer wont open cr248
I have the Crosley CR247 which is the same except for style. I had same problem.
The CD drawer stuck and would not open. It made sounds like it was trying. I could not find any information on a solution, but from what I had been reading on other CD Drawer problems, it sounded to me like there had to be a manual emergency release somewhere. Could not see one anywhere on the unit, so I took a butter knife and inserted in the crack just below the tray. I slide the knife from left to right and just very gently ppressed around with it. When I had it over to the far left hand side moving it over just about an inch and a half to two inches, I just slid the knife from side to side and it opened. Sorry, I am not a mechanic or do not know how to fix things, so this is the best that I can do to explain where the emergency release is located. My little rubber belt drive looked good, so that wasnt the problem. I just opened and closed my drawere about five or six times before I felt that it was safe to stick CD in. I don't use it much, maybe that was the problem. The trick is getting the darn door open first so that you can see if it is the belt drive or not. Good Luck to anyone with the same problem.
Posted on Oct 27, 2011
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