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Hey Guys have a 2003 accord coupe, regular 6 disc CD changer head unit. About to sell the car and the CD"s will not eject, any ideas on how to get these out? ThanksAlready searched :thumbsdow
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had the same problem for the past 6 months or so. Said ERR after about 10 seconds of switching to CD mode. Wouldnt let me eject the CD"sUntil this past week, the CD changer decided to let me eject my CD"s. So i did, all 6 of them, real fast before it had a chance to mess up again lol.One of the CD"s was cracked in multiple spots from the inside. Dunno how that happened. Kinda curious to insert another CD in there to see if it works now or not.
Get another disc and stick it in about a quarter way then hit eject. that disc should come out followed by the other one that is in there.... This procedure has worked from me many times on my cd player in my accord.
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If you are still trying to eject the CDs, you can try disconnecting the battery for a few minutes, and then re-connect. Make sure you have your security code for the stereo. This will cause the CD changer mechanism to reset and you might be able to eject the CDs. Press and hold Eject until it beeps and it will eject all of them. If they still don"t eject, then the mechanism is jammed. The only way you would get those out is to remove the stereo, remove the CD changer core, and disassemble it to remove the CDs.
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Get another disc and stick it in about a quarter way then hit eject. that disc should come out followed by the other one that is in there.... This procedure has worked from me many times on my cd player in my accord.

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