Either the player cannot play the cd (usually happens with computer copied cd's) or you should try any kind of original audio cd that is not copied form a computer and if the problem persist, then take the radio to get checked while it;s still under warranty.
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The Coby MP620 turns "off" when it is charging. (You could access it like an external flash drive on a computer but the MP620 can't play when charging.) You wil need to depend on the battery to play the audio through the Aveo's sound system.
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!
error 7 is The disc is not in the tray correctly. so it sounds like your cd player is starting to die. and its about the same price to fix it as it would be to buy an aftermarket. but if cant afford a new one taking the radio out and pulling the power cord on it to reset it works sometimes. (caution your radio might have a thief protect on it causing to lock when unpluged. if its does you will need the code for it)
sounds like a serious electrical issue there hard to track down could be the computer staarting to go in car the radio could of been hooked up wrong causeing other stuff to short out what year is the car what kind of car
if the battery was disconnected and most likely was yes you will need a code or since there is no power you say to it check the fuses to ensure the fuse is not blown they are labeled start with this area 1 st
radio has a four digit code to be able to work,if you do not have the code,you will need to pull radio out and copy serial # on radio to get code from dealership,after you get code turn ign.switch to on position(do not start car)for about an hour or until code appears on display ,enter each code number with ind. station buttons it should come on if it does not enter code again but after last entry hit cd button,you will get 3 attempts before radio goes into failsafe again
Could be a number of things. Some of the older GM CD players don't work too well in very cold weather. Also, some of the older CD players won't play burned CD's. If it's not cold weather related, and you're using a regular production store-bought CD, then it is most likely an internal radio problem. Cheapest solution is to buy a cheap aftermarket player.