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Old 07-27-2004, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone help with a way to get a stuck CD out of the business CD player? It won't even try to eject it and pushing the CD button only gets you the "no disc" message.
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Old 07-28-2004, 01:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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how did that happen? used

you sure there is one in there?

tweezers?
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Thats a common probelm with the business CD........i had mine get stuck now at least four times.........I had to press eject four times (each SLOOOOWWWLLLLLYYY and PATTTIIENNNTTLY) then it spat that plate out........try that........gently press the eject button and hold it there for a few seconds and release slowly........if that doest work then .......tweezers (at the risk of scratching your console). A buddy of mine also tried once turing on the car.....(it was a honda mind yu).......disconnecting the battery when the ignition was on.....and then reconnected it. The CD palyer then reset itself and spat the CD out.......(at yur own risk )
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Every once in a while a CD will get stuck in my CD player. What I do is press the eject button, take a popsicle stick and insert it at a 45 degree angle into the CD slot, catch the edge of the CD and the thing pops right out. It may take a couple of tries and you need to press the eject button right before you use the popsicle stick, (I use the wooden stick as its less prone to scratching my CD). Give it a try.

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I'd say.... keep stickin stuff in there.... anything might work.. besides.. any metle objects.... and just keep hitting the eject button.. I had that problem a lot but then I changed cd players... it got annoying.
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Hammer and chisel..... :lol:

Use a pair of tweasers as suggested (or thin pliers) to get the edge of the disk and then apply gentle pressure while hitting the eject button.
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I was having this same problem when I purchased my 323Ci. The cd would get stuck and I would have to hit eject a few times and it would come out. It became increasingly worse and eventually a CD was stuck and would not come out. Fortunately, I was still under my warranty and they replaced the business CD player. Nothing has gone wrong since. If you are still under warranty, I suggest setting up an appointment and getting it taken care of. Good luck.

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