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these are a lot of fun and require you to remove the bezle around the stereo/heater controls which should just pry off wiht a little patients, then there should be 3-4 7mm (9/32) screws holding the deck in.
hi there should be a reset button on the front of the unit it mite be as small as a pin they usually are.another option is to take the unit out and pull the power lead out the back this will reset the unit and eject the cd.make sure before hand you check you user manual for a code for the unit just in case you have to re enter the code hope this helps...
If the cd is ok, the read head on the cd player is probably covered in grunge! Get thee to ye olde local audio / TV shop and purchase a CD head cleaning kit.
Usually these come with a cd with a brush attached to it and some cleaning fluid.
Follow the instructions on the packaging and give your music cd another try.
I had this say problem with my 2000 solara. Here is the fix, remove one of the car battery terminals for a couple of mins (3-4mins). The reattach the battery terminal back. This would make your cd player and car clock reset. once you start your car you should be able to eject the cds. You'll just need to reprogram all your preset radio station. Hope it helps