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JVC won't eject my CD!

My JVC won't eject my CD, and if I try to listen to the CD it won't even read it anymore. I took it to Best Buy once for this already and there was a simple solution, but I can't remember what it is.

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Try the off button and eject when the unit powers down disc ejects. Joy

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I have eject problem in my JVC car cd player during afternoons. Eject system is also very slow sometime. please help

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Turn radio off Push and hold the eject button Turn radio on while holding the eject button.
This is the force eject sequence

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