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Q: CD stuck in radio CD player

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My CD will not come out of my stereo's CD player. The radio works good though.

A: This is a very common problem. Very often, ...

This is a very common problem. Very often, the CD player breaks in your particular vehicle. The solution is to replace the stereo with a new or remanufactured radio, or replace it with an aftermarket head unit. I would ask for help from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic to help you get your stereo in working order again.

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