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Cd jam the door for my cd changer, is not closing, it goes in half way, sticks then comes baq out. i cannot get the other cd's that are in the system.

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Try dismantling the shell and check for any jammed object or broken pieces that might cause the door jamming. if it is a matter of a stuck object that somehow got there, you can remove it and hope for the best. otherwize, you will have to replace the broken pieces, or the whole part.

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