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My cd player is not loading, neither is it ejecting cds

My car is honda accord 2007, v6. I went on a trip about 100km, and on my way back i discovered that my cd player was no longer playing, i tried to eject them but the cds were not responding, it only displayed mechanical error. Though i ran into some pot holes on the road during the trip, what can I do to fix the problem. Thanks.

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Hi, this is a common problem with in car cd players. the shock absorber can only protect the internals from a minimal amount of shock that will be distributed from the road and normal driving situations. there is a mechanism inside the CD player(changer) that will become unstable over time. this will allow for many mechanisms that make up the unit to loosen and separate from the original structure design, in return, allowing the lens assembly to become jammed or misaligned.

When this happens, the only option is to take to a local audio electronics store like best buy. they will have audio tech in store that can disassemble the entire device to retrieve the Cd's inside. the actual cd changer itself will have to be rebuilt or replaced.

You can also take your car to the dealership for this extraction as well.

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You can try and disconect the battery for about 5mins or so. This may reset the radio and you may be able to get the cd out.

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