"Laurie S." <email@example.com> done said:
> "Max C. Webster III" <firstname.lastname@example.org> done said:
>> I have a 2001 GT with the stock in-dash six-disc changer. I tried to
>> eject a disc today (it has to go back to the library), and it would not
>> come out.
>> I've had this happen before, and once the cabin temperature cooled down,
>> the disc came out. This isn't happening this time.
>> I can see the disc in the slot, but I cannot grab it, even with my smallest
>> needle-nosed pliers.
>> Any suggestions?
> That happens to me all the time in my F-250 here in Tucson in the summer. I
> slide my handicapped parking permit in and push down slightly on the CD.
> It's about the only time I use the permit. LOL
> Basically, any thin, but rigid material will work. I know some people use
> matchbook covers.
Thanks Bob and Laurie (your last names wouldn't happen to be Petrie, would
I've tried the push-in trick before, and it's worked, but it didn't work for me
this yesterday afternoon.
I let the car sit in my garage over night, and this morning I gave it a little
push, hit eject, and out it came.
It's a good thing, too, 'cause it was a library disc due today!
- Max -
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