Question about Car Audio & Video
This is a physical defect that would require to pull out the CD player - most likely.
Sometimes - but very rarely - it may be caused by another CD still in it, which you can see if you use a small screwdriver or something similar to raise the protection plates at the slot where you put in the CD and inspect inside.
SOmeties you may be even able to see what;s actually blocking it - CD or bent plastic - and using a longer screwdriver either push it gently in place or help it get out.
Most of the time, though, you end up having to take the CD player out and open it to restore the mechanical functionality.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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