You have to remove the player from the dash (disconnect neg. battery cable first). Disassemble it and manually push out the discs. My CD's were jammed and I had to do this. I also noticed that a gear which moves the CD holders had broken teeth. I'm still trying to find a replacement gear.
HERE'S A TRICK I FIGURED OUT: Take another CD. Go to the slot the CD is jammed in (Disc 3, 4 whatever)...MAKE SURE YOU HOLD THE CD TIGHTLY. Put the new CD in, but don't actually insert it in all the way. When the CD player tries to "pull it in," pull the CD out quickly. The "jammed" CD will spit out if you try this several times, usually. Certain CDs don't agree with the Volvo CD player (at least mine), and I am not sure why.
See "Related Questions" below for questions relating to Windstar radios - possibly the one discussing the jammed cds(??)
You can remove the CDs by ejecting the CDs from the CD player in the car.
How to Remove a Stuck CD check related link below
Its located under the front passenger seat. Holds 6 CDs.
Not positive, but i would think that disconnecting and hooking the battery back up should do the trick
Only original CDs
to fit in a CD player
It plays music CDs
most of the newer CD players can play burnt cds
A portable cd player will only play cds. A portable dvd player will play dvds, as well as cds. A dvd player is mostly different in that it will play movies.
To play CDs you idiot!
If you have a CD player, sure.
CDs and DVDs.
older factory CD player don't have the programming to play burned cds. try replacing the player
You can play CDs from Europe in a US player and CDs from the US in a Europe player. It's DVDs that don't work due to region codes.
on a boat
not unless the CD player can play mp3 cds.
cds are importian because they are.
DVDs look just like CDs, maybe you are getting them mixed up, or putting them in upside down. Or possibly the CD player is broken.
What that tells you is that the player is unable to read the CD.
Unlike DVDs, Bluray discs and most games, CDs are not region coded. CDs from any region will play in any player.
By cds, I assume you mean compact disks. If so, you need to capitalize CD and add a lowercase s (CDs). No, the two CDs is not a grammatically correct sentence. At the very least, a sentence needs a subject and a verb. You have the subject; you need a verb. Two CDs are stuck in the CD player.
So they don't fall out of the CD player
Yes! You can do it right on itunes