Question about Cambridge Soundworks CD-740 Clock Radio
If the disk is stuck then try pulling the disk out if any part of disk is seen outside from the eject position.
Do this in unit off condition .Try to pry the disk out with hand in most possible condition.
But if nothing is helping then unit needs to be disassembled.
Its not very hard to disassemble the unit.
Look for the hidden screws under the speaker grills. The grills just
pop right off .And then remove the sides and top cover off.The internal unit is exposed.All will be seen. without moving any parts internally,just take or push the cd disks out. Carefully. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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