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2000 Toyota Tundra Limited truck 5 CD player will not play change or eject CD'S. Radio and Tape player work fine. How do I remove Unit to see what is jammed or hung up. At least to remove CD's?

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    Instructions for removing a blaupunkt radio/tape player

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Check here, some of the Toyota stereo models illustrated in the website will have same disassembling procedure as your Tundra.

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Hi there,

well in that case that there was no such way to open the tray.. the only thing you can do is to remove & disassemble the unit, by removing the the cover to see which is causing the tray not to came out..

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You need to remove all of the dash panels first, they should be attached with screws at the bottom and should pull out at the top. you should be able to access the cd player from there to remove it. Let me know if you run into any problems and if you can post any pictures if you get stuck that would be great. Otherwise any description of any problems that you run into should be good enough if you can describe the problem well.

I will be glad to help you all of the way through the process so don't be afraid to ask if you are unsure of anything. good luck

Posted on May 24, 2008

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Is there a small hole on the cd player? use a paper clip to eject the disc.

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Try slipping a thin plate like a putty knife down both sides of the radio. This releases spring clips and the radio should slide out.

Posted on May 24, 2008

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