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If there is a small hole near to the eject button press on it using an office pin to reset but if not present while switching on slightly tap on the sides to see if the jammed cd comes off.
The fault with many changers getting jammed- most of them- is that some CD's warp off inside the slot and gets struck while the vehicle is moving with the track changing. Normally even with a good suspension the cd's can get off tracked.
So if there is no result open the cover and move the mtor manually assistingg the CD to come back to the cartridge slot.
Now check all the CD's and remove suspected ones.
If the changer does not work make sure that the loading motor flexible strip is connecting . check continuity,
Or else check board for any cracks or connection issues.
Hi, this is a common issue within car CD changers. the load motor go through lots of trauma during the life span that i usually 3 to 5 years. the load motor operates everything in the changer. it works the load tray and spinning of the disc as well. when this motor is out, the changer will be rendered useless. replacing the load motor will fix thisissue or, you can just purchase a new changer and save a lot of money.
A lot of the electronics need resetting. Disconnect the radio(easier to just do it at the battery and restore power after a few minutes and let the computer reset) see if it resets the audio system. Otherwise you're looking at a remove/send in for repair and or replace the head unit. Its a nice radio but at the cost I just replaced mine with aftermarket. Depending on system you have(Bose-amplified or non-Bose ) you will need a Metra GMOAS-04 or 01 to retain warning chimes. I can get them cheap...let me know which way you want to go? Good luck!
you can try disconnecting the battery for 10 min. to reset the system. If that dosent work then you will need to send the radio into a repair shop to have them manually remove the cd and repair the changer. (the changers are very fragle and break inside) you can send it directly to alpine to be repaired.their number is 1-800-421-2284 ex 860304