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I cannot open/eject a cd in my machine It is a single CD surround sound. Before this I had noticed that the machine hesitated when I engaged the eject button putting the CD into the machine and/or getting it out.

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The rubber belt probably slipped off of the pulley inside of the machine on the open/close motor causing it to not open. You will have to open it up to put it back on.

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