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HAVE YOU REPLACED UNIT? IF YOU HAVE THEN IT COULD BE THE SWITCHED / CONSTENT FEED BEING AROUND THE WRONG WAY, YOU CAN TEST TO SEE IF YOU HAVE A CONSTENT FEED WITH IGNITION OFF ON ONE OF THESE, AND A FEED ON THE OTHER YOU TURN IGNITION ON, THE THESE ARE NORMALLY RED AND YELLOW SWAP THEM ROUND, GROUND/EARTH IS BLACK, FUSE N HEAD UNIT NORMALLY BEHIND THE PLUG THAT FITS IN THE HEAD UNIT
If you remove the deck, turn it upside done it is likely you will see a piece of clear plastic that holds the gear assembly together. usually fractures at the back of the deck where a screw go's through. if this is the case let me know & i will advise how it can be repaired..
sounds like the c.d. has a paper label on it, yes? my stereo won't eject c.d.'s with paper labels,....reach in there with a pair of thin needle nose plyers and yank it out,.....good luck, cracklin joe,......
I was having the same issue with my KD-S5050. I also tried the CD eject lock reset with no results. By using the following steps I was able to reset my CD player and it is working properly again.
On page two of the user manual is shows how to do a full reset of the cd receiver.
While holding SEL (Select), press ATT (Standby/On Attenuator) for more than 2 seconds. This will reset the built-in microcomputer.
NOTES: ? Your preset adjustments ? such as preset channels or sound adjustments ? will also be erased. ? If a CD is in the unit, it will eject when you reset the unit. Be careful not to drop the CD.