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Hi, first what causes it to make noise that way, is because the mechanism inside that makes it open and close it stiff and it needs to be free to be able to stop the noise. Sometimes it might not stop making noise, and you will end up changing it.The mechanism is weak.
You can try this, if it does not stop, that means you will replace the mechanism of the deck that makes it eject.
Open the cd player, where the mechanism is and take a little grease or oil to robe on those wheels that makes it open and close. Live it t for like 5 times and see what will happen.
Be waiting for your comment.
Remember, if it does not stop, you will need to replace it.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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