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    Quarter jammed in CD Player

    OK, I should know better!

    My two your old loves to sit in my rex, cux it;s the coolest car he's ever seen. So while I was on my cell, he took a quarter from my cup holder and jammed it in my the factor 6 disc changer. Now I cant eject or insert any CD!

    My Question: Can the dealership(or me) open it up and extract the quarter or do I need to replace it. I'm asking you'll first because I fear what the dealership will tell me ($$$$).

    Please help a new parent!
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    Try to open the face / back on it.... Mine 3 yo did the same thing to my wife's car.... Needless to say, I always lock my car... screw that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ride View Post
    OK, I should know better!

    My two your old loves to sit in my rex, cux it;s the coolest car he's ever seen. So while I was on my cell, he took a quarter from my cup holder and jammed it in my the factor 6 disc changer. Now I cant eject or insert any CD!

    My Question: Can the dealership(or me) open it up and extract the quarter or do I need to replace it. I'm asking you'll first because I fear what the dealership will tell me ($$$$).

    Please help a new parent!

    Do it yourself. Honestly, the front console comes apart in 30 seconds on our cars. 4 screws hold in the CD player, take it out and take one of the metal panels off the CD unit and shake upside down until the screw falls out.
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    nah i dont have a problem with spelling, i just play a lot of world of warcraft and thats how people type in that game.

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