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what color is the wire..it may be a memory lead..yellow or orange..some even have a power wire to the antenna so it will raise when the power is turned on..also may check the switches inside the unit that work with the eject part of the system..
you know the more people i tell the less people know. A cd player in a car has the lifespan of about 4 to 5 years max and we in europe download everything to an iplayer then play our music thru the fm radio(saves space and anyway CDs are now obsolete)who listens to a radio when its all online.....and you can use your iphone for satnav/radio/iplayer.all in one....i even use mine to watch the world cup.....
I had a similar problem with one of my home made CDs in my 6 disc changer. When I got the error sign, I was able to see the edge of the disc sitting in the slot, but it wasn't ejecting.
One my first try, I tried to use two toothpicks (the flat type) sandwiched together to prevent marring the disc when pulling it out.
Didn't work, so I used long needle nosed pliers, wrapped some tissue around the ends and was able to grip and remove the disc.
I had a similar problem with home made CD's in my Ford Freestar/Windstar vans and was able to pluck them out the same way.