Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi, remove the face of the CD player and press and hold the "reset" button beneath the faceplate. The system should restart itself. This button must be pressed with a pen or a paperclip. Pressing it may resync the system to push out the disc.
Press and hold the "eject" button on the player for up to three minutes. This might restart the system and eject the disc. You can also do this while repeatedly pressing the "power on" and "power off" button. The key must be in the ignition and turned to the "on" position.
Push the disc from its stuck location with a set of tweezers or other small item. This might move the stuck CD up or down into the ejecting track. Wiggle the CD while holding the "eject" button.
If that does not fix it, you need to visit your dealer to resolve the issue....
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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