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I tell all my customers that a cd/dvd unit in the home is only good for 3 years max.
temp variations,dust,grit,and length of use all contribute to its final demise.
so replace your old worn out unit and fit one with mp3 compatibility for future use,by the way cd/dvd is now obsolete so put all your cd"s onto mp3 playback and save space,you can also download direct.
this is my trick go to ur car s fuse box turn the key but dont dnt turn the motor on just so the electrical is on go to ur cars fuse box look 4 the car stereo fuse with the car electric on take only the stereo fuse off check tat its not burn out if its not after u took it off it shold rest the system for the stereo and ur cd player sud work now
its a very common problem with g35 in dash clarion cd changer head units. a small plastic gear gets worn or brakes and wont eject or change cds. you need a new one, should be covered under your warranty.
This is a stereo we see in shop for repair on a regular basis, see www.carstereohelp.com for repair. However, I have one suggestion before thinking of repair. Disconnect one of the main car battery terminals for several minutes. This is much easier then removing and reinstalling the stereo in this car. This may act as a reset and bring the changer back. Otherwise, repair is needed.
There are several small "ribbon" connectors that can come loose very easily. They look like a flat ribbon like piece of plastic with a hard plastic piece on the end. They come out really easy. just look around