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Old 06-17-2019, 11:41 AM
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CD Player eats Disks

2011 Saraha, gobbled up a Christmas CD and refuses to set it free. I have tried a few prods with wooden sticks, cycling power, etc. Know of anything that might work?

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I still have my Christmas cantada CD stuck in my 2014, won't let it go and won't play.

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I still have my Christmas cantada CD stuck in my 2014, won't let it go and won't play.
It appears that I am not alone with this delima ... i.e. Christmas Songs for 6 months now. There must be a way to remove the CD.
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Anyone try this? It's worth a shot..

https://itstillruns.com/remove-cd-je...o-7439032.html
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I got the CD out of my player by sliding a other one in under it halfway or so and lifting while pulling it back out

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What's a CD? /s
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What's a CD? /s

A CD or compact disc is a thin plastic silvery disc for audio and digital recordings. It is 120 mm in diameter. When they do not work its time.
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Why do they apparently only eat Christmas CD's?
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When I met the original owner of my '03 Rubicon, he warned me not to try to play a CD. His comment - " it eats them ".
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Lol! My player at least didn't eat Christmas music. It ate Toby Keith. The using another disk is how I got mine out before. Finally I surrendered and just have left the same one in.

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