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It sounds like the mechanism is bent or the servo is not able to eject the CD.
A) Carefully insert a flat tool (preferably plastic) into the CD slot & try to lift up on CD "slightly".
Push Eject button & see if CD will slide out.
B) Remove Radio & unplug for apprx 5 minutes (not fuse or battery)
Plug radio back in
Turn ignition switch on & push Eject button immediately.
If CD does not Eject, then Repair or Replace would be the next step.
Est. $ 145.00 - 225.00 depending on shop & parts.
Note - I am taking into common fact that the player is not ejecting the CD easily.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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