The roller that grabs and ejects the cd has been bent out of shape. usually happens when somebody tries to force a second cd in the slot with one already in it. if you arent down to completely tear the cd player apart and try to fix it, then sell it to someone who can and get a new one.
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It sounds like you have dirt stuck on the lazer head. Best way to clean it to get a good "wet head cleaner CD".You may have to run the cleaner several times to get all of the dirt off. P.S. make sure to buy a good cleaner disc, not the dollar store brand.
The low voltage light would indicate that there is not enough power reaching the amplifier through the power wire. Are you using 4awg or bigger wire? Is the amp grounded well? Does this happen all the time or just at high volume?
Try checking your power and ground connections and ensure that you are using the correct size of wire.
make sure your speakers are wired to the amp with correct ohm load, turn gain, bass boost all the way down on amp, zero out your equilizer on the cd player and turn it all the way down then start raising volume on cd player., when u can start hearing music thru the subwoofers adjust the cd player volume till the sound from your subs is at its peak without any distortion. then start raising the gain on your amp till you are happy with the sound. It gives you the optimal signal strength coming from the cd player and the smoothest sound.
everything you've tryed is useless(with respect) because amp has shorted output transistors one or more and amp is in protection mode to protect your amp from further damage.take it to repair shop or try to locate blown transistor yourself.good luck
If the unit will not accept or eject any disks, this is a relatively simple fix. Remove the unit from the vehicle. There are 4 T-9 torx screws on the side of the radio. Remove them and slightly lift the CD mechanism from the radio. There are 2 things that need to be unplugged before you can separate the 2 pieces. The 2 wires simply unplug from the bottom of the cd mechanism. The ribbon cable is locked into the socket, you need to grab the lock and gently pull it away from the circuit board. When unlocked the ribbon cable will simply fall out of the socket. Look through the front of the changer mechanism, are there any disks that look out of place? Gently lift the trays to inspect the disks, if one of the disks is too far back you need to get it into place. Reassemble the deck and see what happens.