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Cannot eject my cds' after resetting radio
what do you mean by "reset"?Is this a Factory Radio?Was there CD's inside when you did a "reset"
was the problem there prior to reset?
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thanks for the update.........
you did not post if the problem was there prior to reset?What has happened is the Discs were in the Mechanism when you disconnected power.
The unit has to ascertain if there are any CD's insideOnce done, the Logic Circuit oks the Eject or playing of the discsWhen a power down , as you did is done, sometimes the Unit can get a Voltage spikeThis can make the Unit jam or the Logic Circuit freezeI have been Repairing GM Radios for over 30 years & there is NO "reset" for these unitsThe problem you describe is a Logic & or Mechanism failureReplace the Mechanism or the UnitRepair est apprx $235.00 - 345.00 depending on ShopMany times you can find the same Model Unit On-Line, E Bay, etc for less than Repair, but you will need Dealer to Program to vehicleYou can try disconnecting the unit for 5 minutes & reconnecting, (not battery or fuses) but this will be a temporary thing as these units do have issues