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Car Radio Rejecting CDs

When I insert a cd in my car radio(it is an LG KD-G405 front loader) it tries to read it and then ejects the cd without playing it. This is not an intermittent problem as it ejects every CD I put in the player.

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  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2007

    My cds make a slight tickky noise before being spat out.. but no error message even comes up on the screen..

  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2007

    When I insert a CD into my CD player the screen reads ERR1 and ejects the CD. I tried to use a cleaner and it worked overnight and then the problem began again. It is a 6 disc CD player and it will not read in any of the disc's.

  • jeffmartinez Dec 27, 2007

    cd player cant read the cd i insert it and it says error and it ejects it

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2008

    May I know, when I burn songs on CDR/Ws, which format do they need to be in order to be played in a CD player or a Car audio player(without a MP3 support)? Thanking you in advance....! Gandhi - [email protected]

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2008

    Mine constantly thinks it's loading, and even if I insert a CD, it rejects. If I tell it just to close, and play the radio, it just opens up again... I seems that my Alpine is just a fancy dash light now.

  • sliraq Apr 05, 2008

    Yep I have a Nevada RDM168 also and it does not matter what CD i insert it will try to read it and then flash an error. It will try to eject the CD and then it may take days of me pushing the eject button to get the CD out.
    If anyone has any suggestions besides taking it to a service shop, Please send them to
    [email protected]
    Thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    I was ejecting successfully a cd, then reinstalling a cd, got message to eject cd, attempted and now system will not allow cd to operate, only radio and auxillary. I kind of wonder how I can eject cd and if possibly???!! may have 2 cds in the #1 cd location. pls advise

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    suction type loader, ejects or reads pause, plays sometimes

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Most older cd's run under a different style of cd format which was changed as cd's changed your radio probably has old setup with it not excepting new cd's format this could be the cause try this dig threw your closet find the old cd's from wense came a long time try that old cd's had a different format that was used compared to todays cd's. todays cd players can play the now wide variety of any cd almost if that didnt work you need professional cleaning for your deck or buy new one
this all might sound confusing but old cd's had a format they used which has changed so every device can use old or new format for cd's

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    Christophe Thompson Apr 21, 2008

    ok new suggestion REPLACE STERIO YOU LOVE YOUR CD'S BUT YOUR STERIO DOESNT ITS TELLING YOU SOMETHING IT WANTS TO BE REFURBISHED OR IT WANTS A NEW SETUP DONT WORRY BOUT PUTTING CD IN ONE DAY IT WILL EAT IT JUST REPLACE OR REFURBISH IT WILL THANK YOU LATER

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I had a simular problem ,the only thing you might try is a cd cleaner disk that has a little brush on it. might be a dust build up on the optical eye. or it just worn out. the optical eye in my opion is sensitive and hitting big bumps with a cd playing might throw it out of whack...they can make like a little bluetooth or cartridge that holds all of any music cd or 30 cds....it would be pure electronics...but i guess it compares to oil co. that wont put out the electric car..jobs and money is what its about. you get my point.

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