How To Remove A CD From A Delco Stereo
If you have a Delco stereo, you probably need to know how to remove a CD from a Delco stereo. This is a very simple task that doesn't take much effort. However you may be unfamiliar with the layout of a Delco stereo, which is why you don't know how to remove the CD in the first place. So, here is how you remove a CD from a Delco stereo.
- Finding the button. There is a universal button for removing a CD from radios and stereos. The button has a little picture that looks like a triangle with a line underneath it. Find this button on your Delco stereo. Keep in mind that different models of Delco stereos will probably have the button located in different places than other Delco models, so take your time finding the button.
- Find the CD slot. Usually the CD slot is located pretty close to the eject button. Once you have found the eject button, look around the area for the CD slot. The CD slot is a long, rectangular shape that is greater in width than in height. Once you have found it, move on to the next step!
- Eject the CD. First of all, make sure that a CD is already in the Delco stereo, otherwise there will be nothing to eject in the first place! If a CD is already in the stereo, then you're good to go. Now, find the eject button that you looked for in step one. Press this button. The CD should pop out in a second or two. Now, take the CD and put it away where you normally store your CDs!