Question about Car Audio & Video
Hi I loaded my cd changer with a 2 CD's, and wanted to eject one, but it stuck.. and just says error...push eject.. but it does not eject the cd..
hi there is a repair kit for this unit.
please see: http://carradiospares.co.uk/repair-8619001490-p-256.html
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Open the eject door and at the lower right side of the cartridge their should be a small indent that looks like you could poke it with a medium point pen. That's a reset for the changer. If that does not work, you will need to remove the changer from the car, pull off the top, plug the cable back in and hit eject. look for the arm on the backside of the cartridge and give it a nudge. It may just be stuck. Loading mechanisms usually do not fail before the optics or other!. If you need further help, post a comment with any model #'s on the changer and I'll look for info and help some more. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Take it to any local car audio shop, find out the make of the changer and chances are good that it can be fixed quickly and at a minimal cost or replaced with an aftermarket unit that will work perfectly with the factory radio for under 600 installed easily. Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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It sound like the mechanism has jammed, this is common with this type of cd player as there is not a lot of room for movement in such a small place. the only thing you can try is pulling out the fuse in you car's fuse box for the radio and see if it resets the system. If this dont work then you will have to take it to a radio repairer.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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