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Try pressing the reset button. This sometimes helps eject the disc. If not i have found that by holding a second disc slightly above the stuck cd and very gently pressing down on the stuck cd, it can help eject the stuck disc. DO NOT INSERT A SECOND DISC. there is also a possibilty that the ejecting mechanisim is broken in that case taking in to the repair man would be the wise choice.
Unplug the cd player and open the unit up by taking the top cover off..there will be screws holding it on on the underside. You should be able to retrieve the cd from inside. Your track is broken, you will need to replace it.
No - there is no manual eject. It must be disassembled to remove the CD. Your eject mechanism or motor has failed.
Sometimes tapping on the unit or removing it completely and doing it while level frees up a jammed mechanism - but otherwise the chassis must be disassembled.
Any repair shop will do it for about $20.
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If you dont have a cd inside the player, Then use a spare cd and cover it up with a thin,soft and clean cotton cloth and move it back and forth in the cd player.This problem occurs when the ejctors get dirty.Make sure the the player is in the OFF position when you do this.If you have a cd insde then you will need to eject it by force using a vey thin screw driver and prying the cd to make it eject.
Try to look in the dvd player's instruction booklet for an ejection hole. Ususally dvd players have a hole where u stick a paper clip into it and it ejects the dvd. If not, contact the vehicle's dealership for assistance.