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CD WONT EJECT PIN HOLE

CD WONT EJECT EVEN THO I USED A PAPERCLIP IN THE SMALL HOLE. I HAVE A DETACHABLE FACE.
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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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