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Loading error ???

My dvd/cd player will not play or eject the cd it just comes up with loading error and the face plate wont go down to get the cd out.is then anyway to get it out or do i have to take it in to the shop to be fixed ?

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Look for a microprocessor reset button, it will be very small. press it with a pen or pencil. If you cannot locate this then pull the radio out and disconnect the wiring harness for a couple of minuites then plug it back in.

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