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Re: CD WONT EJECT PIN HOLE
If it's trying to eject you may need to use a small screwwdriver to lift up on the CD. This works when mine hangs up. If it's not trying to eject at all, then the little motor on the ejecting mechanism may have failed or come off track. I had to replace the original CD player about a year ago because of this. That's why I have the JVC now, and it seems that CD's started hanging up from day one with this radio.
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On the front face place of your CD
player, next to the button you use to eject/open the CD caddy, you
should see a very small hole. Using a paperclip, insert the paperclip
and gently press in the paperclip. It should release the caddy.
You can open "my computer", right click on the cd-rom drive and choose eject. In case the cd-rom didn't eject the disk is locked in the tray and you have to use the small hole near the eject button and a paper clip.
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Most players have a manual eject. You have to take the radio out of the dash then remove the face plate. There should be a pin hole or something somewhere to force the ejector. Normally it's a pin hole and you can insert a very small screw driver or a paperclip in and as you push it forces the ejector back causing the **** to come out once the **** is out far enough you can pull it out.
its too simple. you dont need to worry.. Check the front side of the CD ROM. you will find there one small hole. Now just take a thing, which is around the 4 to 6 inch (min is 4") long and can pass through that hole (for eg. take medium size U pin, and remove all bends and make it straight or long needle) Now insert this equipment in that hole and press. your ROM will eject...
Hope this has helped you ...
There is a small pinhole in the face of the dvd drive. Use a paperclip
to poke into the hole. It will force an eject of the dvd drive. You can
also explore the computer, right mouse click on the drive letter of the
dvd drive, choose "eject".... If it still will not eject, unplug the
ribbon cable from the drive but keep the power plugged in, then press
the eject button. If worse comes to worse, four small screws, and you
can remove the shell of the drive exposing the dvd inside.... Good
luck!!!! -------------------please vote 4 thumbs up 4