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CD stuck in out Philips Streamium WAC 7000. Cannot get the CD to play and Unit is not recognising that there is a CD in it. Will not eject

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Disassebiling the unit body


It is fairly simple to get the unit apart, but putting the unit back together properly does require some mechanical expertise.

The unit is held together by the two side rails or "bumpers". Once these are removed, the unit will split apart in two halves.

  1. Ensure the unit is unplugged.
  2. Open the bag door, and remove the bag.
  3. With the bag door open, peel about one inch or so of the rubber from each of the side rails back
  4. Insert a tiny flat head screwdriver into the T shaped channel the side rail sits in and lightly tap it in about 3/4" or so
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Here is a quick video of the disassembly.

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I got a brand new cd/clock radio (above number), and I can't get the cd player to work. Makes a sound, but won't play disc.


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