I've had my CD player since Christmas, and its never done this until this summer. Whenever I push the "Open" button, it beebs like normal, but it doesn't open. It used to open after the air conditioner was on, or windows were rolled down, but now it won't open at all.
Is it because of the heat? And is there anyway of fixing it or is my CD player just done for?
Can you pull the face out? If there is no sound at all coming from the head unit (besides the beep) there's a good chance the gear motor that controls the movement of the face is stuck or burnt. Now if there's a clicking sound, the gears may skipping which can be wear'n tear or misaligned gears. I wouldn't call you player done for though. I would take it out, inspect the motorized face machanism and post what you see.
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What you need to do is this: 1. Make sure your player is in the mode Standby. Or "STBY" is what I think it sais. 2. Hold down the menu button until "MENU" Pops up. 3. IMPORTANT: Push DOWN on the right stick to go to different options. One should be AUH. This is the option for Auxillary. By pushing right on the right control stick type thing, you should be able to turn it on. 4. Place the radio back in STBY mode. No push the "SRC' or source button to switch between your sources. AUH should be one of them. 5. Plug in your Aux cable and rock out to the MP3 player of your choice. Normally I don't comment on threads such as these, but I've spent a long time figuring it out, and I thought I'd shared it with others. Hope you find this helpful.
1. Hold down source until power shuts off 2. Hold down function (fnc) button for several seconds until menu appears. (newer models that dont have the function button, hold down source a second time instead) 3. Every time function is pressed it go to next menu option 4. Use station tuning pad to set time 5. Push source when done
push the volume knob button in and hold it down until the psm menu pops up. your display should read "DIMMER" press the track forward button repeatedly until you get to "EXT IN" and then use the volume knob to select it. then hold down that volume knob button again for 4 to 5 seconds and your done
I've had two Pioneer CD players and they both were set the same way. Turn it off then press and hold the AUDIO button if it has one. Then keep pressing it until it gets to the clock. I think on mine the hour starts flashing. When your done just turn it back on. == Answer == I had this problem too. In the far right corner is the "A" (Audio) button. Turn the stereo off and hold the "A" button until the clock comes on. The hour will be blinking. Use the up and down "Select" keys to set that. Then use the right "Select" key to switch to the minutes. Use the up and down keys to set the minutes. Push the "A" button when you're done. My stereo is older than yours but this is what someone who has one like yours told me to try and it worked
hold the source button down to turn off player (i think this is the dial you push and hold in) once unit is off hold the F / Function button down for a few sec the screen on unit will activate press F or function button until you get the clock setting after setting the hrs press f or function again to get to setting the minutes after this is done press the source button (should be the silver dial push it in) now turn the unit back on clock should be set
hold down the source button to turn off the unit (unit must be off)
now hold down the function button till it beeps once it has done this press the function button i think 3 or 4 times and you will get a message on your deck unit saying (aux - on,off) turn on and press the source button to turn the unit back on to the CD or radio now press source button2 or 3 times till Aux shows up (press means push it let it go) (hold means don't take your finger off button)
hope this solves your problem
i'm sorry to tell you that the only solution is to go to a specialist to fix your CD player cause the mechanics of your laser sense or your laser sense is defficient. you can't do anithing by yourself.
maybe try to clean up your laser sense with a clean up CD, but i don't think that solves the problem
sorry for the bad news
Sounds like you're not getting voltage on the accessory power lead. This is the red wire at the back of the deck, and it supplies power whenever the key is switched on. It's possible that your vehicle's radio fuse is blown.