Question about Pioneer DEH-P930 CD Player
This is a stereo that came with a used car I bought. I don't know where the eject button is, and there is a cd stuck in the base.
The eject button is on the lower right hand corner. The button should say open. It opens the face plate
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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Aug 05, 2011 | 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
You need to wait for your car's stereo to cool down. If you used it for it for an extended period of time, it may have gotten hot and the ejection device may not respond.
Hold down the eject button.If you can hear the mechanical ejection noise. If your car stereo is making this noise, it is more than likely that the CD is just sticking inside the CD player and you can try and grab it with your had and pull it out .
Look for a hole the size of a pin on your car stereo's CD player. This hole is very small and looks similar to one on a CD-Rom drive, after locating the hole, use a pin and attempt to manually eject the CD. Now in case you have a factory stereo.
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May 16, 2011 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
A malfunctioning stereo may least allow feature buttons to perform extractions of CDs. Depending on how the stereo was installed, the car would have to be powered on to attain stereo functionalities. Second, CDs have to be inserted with the readable media side facing the appropriate lenses to achieve results. A wrong insertion of the CD into stereo compartment may require forceful extraction. Observe the type of stereo to ascertain CD extraction also known as reset buttons. Usually a tiny area, the reset button allows inserting an object that forces the car stereo to eject stuck disks. Every mean to eject stereo disk have to be performed while the car is turned on to utilize the source of power. An unsuccessful attempt to dislodge CDs in stereo compartments would require auto electrician's consultation. An unsuccessful dislodge attempt usually requires acquiring a new stereo in replacement of the malfunction.
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