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I have a Sony cdx-gt510 my eject button broke off, what can I do to be able to push the button to make it work please I need help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can find Sony's listing for this device HERE.
It there is an issue w/ the bezel (face) interface, it may be possible to replace that sub-assembly. It's doubtful you'll be able to actually repair the hardware problem w/out replacing a subassembly as the problem is likely a failed electronic component.
Your best bet for resolving this problem, I believe, will be to get a warranty repair or replacement for the unit. There are no repair parts listed for this unit so, likely, you will need to send in the entire unit for warranty service. Sony's pretty decent about this, though, so, definetly consider that option.
HERE is Sony's support page for consumer products. Have your unit's serial number and model number handy when you contact them.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2008
SOURCE: Sony CDX-M630
I had the same thing.
Cause was faulty ribbon cable (hence no display)
and reset, which causes no response except to beep when you press open button.- display would have said 'code in' had it worked
Posted on May 16, 2008
I have a Sony CDX GT 530U. I had a problem with no display and I thought no power period. I did not try to install a CD, so maybe I did have power to the CD motor but no display. This was frustrating because I could get the old factory Nissan radio to power up and work so I thought I had a dead Sony unit. After a lot of monkeying around, I discovered I had blown a fuse while installing the unit (you should disconnect the negative terminal of the battery when installing the radio... which I thought I skip, that was a no no.). I had checked the auto fuses, those cheap little plastic fuses behind a panel below the stearing column inside most cars, at least all the fuses I thought went to the car stereo. Turns out I missed one that was labeled "Batt" or something like that, which was the constant power wire to the car stereo. There was another fuse for the Accessory power to the car stereo (the main juice went the key is tuned to ACC or Start position). Turns out the Sony unit display runs off the constant power, or at least the unit on/off button runs off the constant power wire, so even though the ACC power wire was live, the Constant power wire had a blown fuse and the unit would not turn on. Check all your fuses inside the car, I bet that's your problem. Constant power on my Nissan Sentra was a 7.5A fuse, while the ACC power ran off a 15A fuse, but your vehicle may vary. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Push & hold down the volume knob until "clock adj" appears on the face (a couple of seconds). Then turn the volume knob, left or right, to adjust the time up or down
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
Have you found a solution for your problem? I have the same player and I got the same problem...please, let me know if you found a solution. Thanks!
Posted on May 10, 2010
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