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I would like to advise that it would be better for you to update to a universal type adapter that can be easily fitted to your Player. This adapter would be able to play from memory sticks, usb memory or even your Ipod and that means all your MP3 can be easily stored and carried over. The DVD changer is compatible. However I hope you will decide with my advice and check for the models available in your city. So go with the times. Good day
i had this when i got one off ebay, take it apart (cover) usually 6 screws, the cartridge inserts may not be aligned inside (part cd sits in) if that is the case you need to remove it/them. it tokk me 40 mins of carefull prise and pull
If the issue is you cannot eject the cartridge this would be simple.
Slide the changer door open as if ejecting the cartridge.
Take a credit card/driver license and insert about 2 to 3 inches between cartridge and chassis. You should hear a click and the cartridge should eject.
Once the cartridge is out check to make sure there isnt a stuck CD in the changer. If there is remove the loose CD. If the CD is stuck in the player itself insert the empty cartridge the changer will cycle through the process. Once it stops you can press eject button and the CD should be in the cartridge.
This indicates a mechanical error... ie: the cd is jammed, the drive mechanism has become seized, if this a multiple CD changer, it's possible the CDs in the cartridge were inserted on a slight angle and the drive mechanism can't work with that.
If you're mechanically apt, consider removing the cover of the CD changer and releasing the mechanism by hand. If the unit is still under warantee or if you're not comfortable doing these things, repair might be your best option.
If this is a cd changer then there is a reset button inside door or on changer some where that you press and hold and it should reset system. If not then unplug from power for atleast 15min. Re-enstall