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Cd will not eject.

Deh 1400 cd would come out slowly, then you had to keep pushing eject over an over before it would come out far enough to grab, so i ordered a used one on ebay came without the head part, so i used the one i had but anyway this one does same thing, it trys to eject but gets half way an stops, any ideas?

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I dont know if there is an actual solution to this but it is annoying! Usually if it won't come out after a few tries i just take the head unit off and pull it out. Not a solution...but it works, lol.

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