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Re: A coin is inside cd player of 2001 Camry, doesn't...
Only thing I can think of other than pulling it out of dash & trying to get it out upside down would be to tear one of those flat magnets of the back of those calenders or whatever you have or can get for a $1 or $2, that stick on your fridge etc. Worth a shot, if not, get back to us & hopefully we can find instructions for you to take player out & back in without too much trouble.
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I'm afraid the coins did cause a shortage in the CD player, knocking out the player. A tech should replace it, when you still want to play disks. I hope your son did learn something, because it won't be cheap in a BMW to replace the CD player.
I had the error code no. 1 in my 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid. It has the CD radio unit with JBL system. It will not eject the CD, or play it. I removed the entire radio/CD unit and replaced it with a used excellent unit bought off of ebay for $100, and the replacement works fine. However the replacement is also 7 years old. Therefore I would not be surprised if it failed again. Prior to the error 1 I had intermittent error 3 codes, which had the same effect: no playing of the CD, unable to eject, and unable to insert other CDs. Sometimes the error codes would go away, and the function would be normal. But once it started, I think it was on a downhill path. A new replacement is nearly $2000. Used are about $100 to $200 or more depending on the seller and condition of the unit. Youtube has videos on how to replace the unit which only requires simple tools: it is not difficult but takes about 45 minutes to an hour. If you do it you have to put the car in gear to move the gear shift gate, which requires the car to be on, so you should have the parking brake on for safety. One alternative is to send your unit to a repair company but that might cost more than simply replacing the unit. Good luck!
You apparently have a vehicle with the Anti-theft system on the Audio system. I would put the original player back in to avoid future problems! The vehicle will behave erratically while the replacement unit is installed!
Your cd or the data on the cd cannot be recognized by the cd player in your car. Don't burn in .wmv/.awav/etc. formats. Burn in a universal format that plays on a standard walkman cd player or in a stereo. PC only formatted files or discs simply won't play in a car cd player.
You may have to remove the stereo from the dash, take it apart and remove the CD manually. If the CD still doesnt play with only 1 inserted, it may have damage to the laser. Happened many times to me.....
The CD input slot is not hidden. You should be able to see it, BUT, if a CD is stuck in the player, there is a "door" that closes and will not let you put a CD in. If so, the radio must be removed, and the CD extracted.