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How to open Nakamichi CD Player MB-4s 7 disc musicbank. It has 7 our discs inside and we cannot reject them and we are unable to open the Nakamichi box.

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  • Elizabeth Nowakow
    Elizabeth Nowakow Dec 08, 2016

    Thank you for your answer. I do not know how the “CAR” classification was delivered from my question. I did not notice it before. Sorry. Our CD player bank is not CAR CD player. We decided to repair it by the company.

  • Damian Appert
    Damian Appert Dec 08, 2016

    Elizabeth, the car thing was me. I think you could probably apply it to any CD player though. Unjam it by turning it backwards once inside. Might be a lot easier to do with a desktop player. Good luck.

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Not really familiar with this one but most will have a very small hole somewhere on the front of the machine near the opening. A straightened paper clip pushed into the hold should open the tray.

Posted on Dec 06, 2016

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    Elizabeth Nowakow Dec 07, 2016

    I did not found any small hole that could deblock metal chassis to open it. Every visible screws were off but box stayed closed.

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    David Black Dec 07, 2016

    You may have to take to a professional and have him open it for you

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Elizabeth, I have had the same problem. I had to resort to removing the player from the vehicle. Then I was able to find the motor that ran the player mechanism. I disconnected the wires from the motor and reconnected them backwards. The motor then turned the mechanism backwards and unjammed the works. I reconnected the motor wires correctly and was able to eject all 5 remaining discs. Yes, this was not easy but I didn't want to lose the cd's. I wouldn't be surprised if you have the same player. Many are made by the same company for different vehicles.

Posted on Dec 08, 2016

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