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I Imported a disc, then burned a new one. CD won't release.

I can't seem to get the CD to release the CD. The CD/DVD button works and opens (there is no disc in it), but the CD button below it (which has my supposedly "burned" disc in it) will not open. I even closed out of iTunes to see if that would do it.

Any ideas? Thanks for your time.

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There is a tiny hole on the front panel of the CD/DVD unit.
Push a paper clip in it and it should release the latch and allow you to open the door and retrieve your burned disk.
Sometimes this is a one time glitch, I would blow some compressed air into it to remove any dust.

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