Question about Kenwood KVT-717DVD Car DVD Player
Mecha error is a Mechanical Error. This means that this is an actual physical malfunction of the unit. Sometimes pressing the reset button can realign some of the mechanics but most often this is a problem that requires to be serviced.
Posted on May 07, 2007
This may sound stupid, but if you have a CD in the unit and when you try to eject it you get the MECHA error, what I do is...
1.With CD in unit, I press EJECT and then see if CD stays stuck, I then take another CD and us it to push the CD back into the unit. Then I press the eject button again until the CD in the unit pops out.
2. If #1 dosen't work, I then PUSH the eject BUTTON and then slightly add pressure to the opening where the CD comes out using my thumb.
I normally find this problem happening with certain CD. For some reason some CD seems THICKER than others. The CD's that seem thin pop out just fine.
Anyway, it not HIGH SCIENCE, but I hope it helps. It works for me. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
I was having the same problem and when it would try to eject the dvd I would just take another dvd and use it to push the dvd up, and it would come out. A few times of doing that made it stop doing that for some reason, and hasn't done it since. hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Blow it up and get a new one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Aug 26, 2013
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