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Most radios and cd players in cars require a code to get them operating again after they have been disconnected from the battery for an extended time. Hopefully a dealer could help you locate the code for that model.
Hi, If you mean the cassette tape is stuck in the player, you can try prying it upwards and outwards to see if the player will release the locking pins (car on, radio on). If it wont, the tape deck is shot, only way to get it out is to disassemble unit. (Not worth the trouble, put yourself a CD player in there about $100)....MIke
CD HAS A GREASE FINGER PRINT SPOT ON IT CAUSE CD PLAYER TO LOCK START FLASHING.TURN OFF CD PLAYER FOR A LITTLE WHILE.THEN EJECT CD.SOME TIMES CD PLAYER WILL GET HOT CAUSE IT TO SKIP AND LOCK UP.IF IT DOES IT ALL THE TIME CD LENS NEED CLEANING OR PLAYER IS FAILING.IF ONE CD ACT UP ALL THE TIME.CD IS FAULTY.HAS FACTORY DEFECT OR DEEP SCRATCH IN IT.
to enter your code when the cd player displays error leave cd player switched on and after 20 mins or so i will display 0000 then you will be able to enter your code this happens when some 1 has entered the wrong code