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Alien is right, pull the Radio Fuse, then put it back in and eject the CD/DVD. Happens to me sometimes with burned DVDs, seems like the player is picky on the CD/DVD media. Rebooting the device (by pulling the fuse) is the only way to eject it.
Did you ever get this fixed? I'm kind of having the same problem, my radio works but nothing else is. I can hear music on the radio but when I switch to cd or bt (iPhone) ... I hear nothing thought (cd) it recognizes discs and I can see them play but no sound. It played before till one day it stopped. I don't know what changed or was set differently.
The intermittent version of this seems to be related to the cable that goes to the subwoofer portion. Have seen this behavior when the cable got loose. Unfortunately, I believe that this behavior may get worse in the long run and cause CDs to not play at all.
It sounds like it is attempting to read the t.o.c. (table of contents) which tell the unit where everything is on the cd,and failing to do so, then ejecting, the first thing to do is try cleaning the lens and if there is no change then replace the laser pickup
Seems to be a hardware failure, last thing to try before throwing it out, is right click on my computer>properties>Hardware Tab>Device manager Tab.
Next click the '+' sign on DVD/CDROM Drives, highlight your DVD RW and right click then uninstal.
Re-boot your pc and let windows find and re install your drive.
This should sort it; if not it's down to using a pin in the tiny hole at front of drive to eject manually.
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