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My 6 disk CD player is in the eject mode(front open no disk in 1 slot but won't load)

Please help if you can. My 6 disk Cd player in my FORD Expedition is stuck. I have no disk in the 1 cd slot.(it was ejected) All others have cd's. The little door that opens to slide the cd in is open. Everytime I try to load,then press 1 it says CD Error. I try to put a CD in? It won't grab and slide in, the Cd just stays there like a bump on a log. If I push it in? It gets stuck and I have to get two Cd's, smash them together to grab it and fish it back out of the slot. The light on the 1 on the display is dark. All the others have the lights lit (2-5)
What can I do to get my player working again! I'm going CRAZY not being able to get it to work and I don't want to have to spend a buttload to fix.
Thank you SO SO much.

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I had the same problem with my 6 disc in my ford focus that radio should of had a recall my advice is to just get a new cd player cuz first its the cd that goes then its the radio

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Yank it and get an aftermarket double din player

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Get a boyfriend - they know how to fix this stuff. Especially an Hispanic. It may be that there is a disk already in it. If not, the motor on the CD player is bust or the laster is trashed. Either way, it needs repair if there is someting stuck in it. Cellphones with MP3 and in ear headphones have good sound to get you thru work traffic and home again

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