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CD disk bad. (audio disc bad or scratched)
or CD dont really support disk media format , is this a CDDA or MP3
some early MP3 disc drives do MP3 very poorly
or skips when you hit bumps in the road.
only that disc skips.?
Unfortunately 90% of the time when you get error codes from the CD player/changer it means that there is a mechanical failure in the CD player/changer unit itself and it usually requires CD player/changer rebuild or replacement... First make sure you have entered the correct anti-theft code. If battery power has been disconnected recently than the stereo display will read CODE if the incorrect anti-theft code is entered the display will read ERR1 thru ERR3. If this is the case you'll have to get the correct anti-theft code. Note; If you enter the incorrect code three times the stereo locks up. Disconnect the battery for more than 30 seconds and then retry. FYI;Never use adhesive labels or protective disc covers on recordable CD's. Recordable CD's are actually thicker than pre-recorded CD's. Automotive players and changers use rollers to draw the disc into the unit. The added thickness of an adhesive label or protective disc cover may cause the disc to jam. Also CD players and changers are exposed to high temperatures inside the vehicle. High temp will cause the labels adhesive to soften which may cause the labels edges to curl or cause it to bubble. Either one may cause the disc to jam. If the player can not be disassembled and have the discs removed successfully than it will have to be replaced. -hope this helps.
ok error code 1, look for this error code on your owners manual, toyota cd players give 3 error codes, this mean error code 1, error code 2, and error code 3, they all have different meaning please check owners manuel to see what does error 1 mean i will try looking for you
I'm sure these are good CD's that you are putting in (i.e. not scratched) but are they CD's that were burned from a computer? Some disk burned from computers cannot be read by older p[layers. If not than I would by a laser cleaning kit. This is a specials disk with small bristles attached to it. You add cleaning solution to some or one but not all. Then insert the disk in the player. This will clean the laser lens. The kits are cheap to buy but harder to find these days, check on-line but some department stores might have them. Check to see if the disk is spinning up by listening closely. Either way if cleaning the lens doesn't work you might have to replace the whole unit. Although, I suggest at that point to hard wire a aux input through the antenna wire. That way you can plug in a cheap MP3 player that can hold many of your CD's and play through your stereo.