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C/D will not eject

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Old 02-19-2006, 10:59 PM
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I have a 2005 C230K that has a store bought C/D stuck inside the C/D player in the dash. It plays fine however when I press eject it says "Remove CDO" and nothing comes out. If I press play it plays. This car also has the multi disc C/D changer in the glovebox.
 
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Old 02-19-2006, 11:39 PM
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it can be the mechanism inside provided your cd is original and not too thick.

car is under warranty so it's advisable to let the dealer have a look first before deciding to pull it out.
 
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Old 02-20-2006, 12:09 AM
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Also most CD players, recorders, have a small pin hole near the opening where the CD or cassette goes, you can stick a bent straight paper clip into it, it is a emergency eject button inside. Like a jets, emergency ejection seat. On my 99 C280 it is next to the M in Mercedes Benz which is printed on the front. Sometimes this cures the problem. Also, I recently found if I play CD's that I have burnt and used CD labels, the CD labeles that are glossy get hung up in cassette player and single CD players. I have a Bose Cd radio at home and this happened and I found the emergency eject whole and had to push it a couple of times, A friend told me this glossy paper make it too thick and it get stuck in there. They work on a try CD player not not on cassette or singles CD players. If your a burner, buy non glossy paper. Also, use Nero burning software as it will burn music CDs on CD-R and you don't have t have a music CD, how it does that, is beyond me. I have tried them in all the CD players and recorders and even a DVD player/burner and the play. The magic of software. But is you are under warranty, do that first with the dealer. You should get a new Cd player out of it. As replacing parts is the norm today, they get more $$ from Mercedes than for most repairs.
 
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Old 02-20-2006, 10:46 PM
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I think I'll resist the temtation of trying to stick something in there to get it out and take the sugestion of taking it to the dealer under warranty
 
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Old 02-22-2006, 02:44 PM
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You misunderstood me. Most CD players have an emergency release, for the CD or cassette. I should have realized you are talking about a cassette not a single Cd. Ther should be an button on the back of the CD player, or a hole that you either push or if a hole slide in a end of a paper clip and there is a button that should release the casette. If you have a computer. look at the CD tray and you'll have a small hole on the front of the door, this is the emergency release, it is thre for the purpose of releasing the try if it will not open. HONEST
 
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Old 02-26-2006, 01:12 AM
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I had my CD magazine stuck but a dealer changed it for me under warranty. They even gave me a car to go to lunch in while they did it & I didn't even have an appointment. Left there with a brand new CD changer.. Bravo Globe Mercedes-Benz!!
 
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Old 02-27-2006, 12:04 AM
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samething happened to my 99' c230k and i'll i did was unplug the cd changer and plugged it back in and it ejected fine.
 
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