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Only have it repaired. There's one thing only which you could do, which is to disconnect the stereo's power completely (pull the fuse out), then reconnect it and see if it was just crashed. If no luck though, then this is likely a mechanical issue.
Here are the listing as to what the error codes refer to: - E01 - Focus Error - Disc is not loaded correctly, or condensation on disc - E02 - Disc Error - Disc is dirty, scratched, or deformed; or excessive vehicle vibration - E03 - Mechanism error - Loading or eject error. Pickup-up is out of position.
The E03 error typically occurs when the CD player mechanism is damaged. Try different types of CDs; a new music CD would be the best to try. If that also gives the same E03 error, your CD player probably needs to be replaced.
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Disconnect the battery and re-connect it and it will reset the cd player and it should acknowledge the cd and you should be able to eject it. Badly scratched cd's will mess up the player as will paper labels on c.d.'s. Good luck
MY DAUGHTER PUT A CD IN THE CD PAYER AND NOW MY CD PLAYER DOES NOT WORK.I HAVE A 2005 NISSAN ALTIMA.THE KIND OF RADIO IS A BOSE 6 CD CHANGER.I PRESS THE CD BUTTON AND IT SAYS PUSH EJECT.I PUSH EJECT AND IT SOUND LIKE IT'S TRYING TO EJECT BUT NOTHING COMES OUT.CAN YOU HLP ME
get another 1 on ebay......................the spring has deteriorated on it...these cd players are great but the spring will break causing the unit not to eject properly.....these units have a life of three years.
try pulling it out, it should come out far enough to get at the screws. they got it in there without removing all the other stuff, so it has to come out. you may need to purchase a removel tool at a local parts store, there are several differant kinds so ask someone at the store to look at it. they should be able to tell you which one you need. they only cost a couple dollars.