Question about Alpine DHA-S680 6-Disc CD/DVD Changer

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Dvd in in player and won't eject. screen reads "loading".

Dvd is in dvd player and won't eject. screen keeps reading "loading".
how do i get dvd out of player?

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  • lighthousesa Sep 08, 2009

    thanks for the advice. i should have made it
    clear my problem is with the dvd player in my 2006
    acura mdx. any more advice?

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Try unplugging the unit and plugging it back in after a couple of minutes, if cd still won't come out you can unplug the unit and manually remove the cd by taking the outer casing off.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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