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Cd wont eject

As stated in the title the CD wont eject. I tried searching the web however I cannot find anything

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It is a common issue for the Avic N series. If it is out of warranty then the guy on Ebay will fix it for you for around $100. Try SAME DAY AUDIO SERVICE, his name is Rick and he is very reliable. Goodluck

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