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It should have a switch to select CD player. Once you select CD player, open CD lid, insert a CD and play If won't play, CD player is defective and if you don't know how to repair it you should take it to a repair service and evaluate if it's worth to reapir.
Starighten a paper clip and gently push it into the small hole situated usually just below the tray door until you feel some resistance: continue to push gently and the door should open slightly - enough for you to pull it open and reclaim your disk. Make sure the PC is turned off before you do this. You may then find also that the CD tray will co-operate again when you turn it back on.
Not on its own, but you could connect an external CD to the auxilliary (AUX) RCA/ phono inputs on the back evn a cheap, personal CD player could be connected from the line out / headphone socket! (If you do this from the headphone socket, make sure you only have the CD player set to about two thirds volume or the sound will be distorted and poor)
This Clock/Radio/CD player has had component failure problems. The unit is probably not worth repairing. The reason is the parts and repair information is probably very limited. The cost of the repair with parts and labor will be expensive. This repair would probably cost you more than just buying a new Clock/Radio/CD player. I hope this information helps you with your problem. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day!