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Kevin Camp Posted on May 13, 2007

CD Player After my battery died the other day my CD player won't eject the cd that is in it. I want to know how to get the CD out without damaging it.

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I had the same problem on this stereo(disconnected the battery and then the cd wouldn't come out). Press and hold the "On/Att" power button and the "SEL" button at the same time for a few seconds. It will reset the unit and spit out the cd (but all your presets will be gone).

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