DISC CHANGER STOPPED PLAYING!,FOUND IT WOULD NOT EJECT,TOOK APART &GOT CD`s OUT,NOW IT SEEM`S THAT NOTHING WORK`S,NEED SOME HELP IN HOW TO FIX?THE DISC TABLE WONT LINE UP &HIT`S OUTER CASING,NOT SURE BUT THINK WHERE DISC SPOSE TO TURN IS NOT TURNING FAST ENOUGH?IS IT WORTH TRYING TO FIX OR NOT?CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP US,ON A PENSION &CAN`T AFORD TO BUY NEW ONE &NOW HAVE NO MUSIC!
First place to troubleshoot for the above listed issues are the gears, if gear driven spindle, or the belt if it is belt driven. If gear driven spindle apply enough non-attractive lubricant to the gears so they function freely. If belt driven clean all surfaces that the belt touches to ensure all dust or debris is removed and then lubricate center spindle posts only so that they can rotate freely and with as little friction as possible.
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Jan 9, 2008 - So when I tried to play a CD that has been in there forever, ... had that problem too! it would be in 50 degree weather.. discs wont change, play or eject. garaged the .... So last week I took my 06 (w/ Bose) in to the dealer for the stuck CD. ... said they send the CD player back to the factory and they will get the ...
Mine did the same thing. My player was primarily used in the garage and the cold weather may have caused my player to do the same thing. I just fixed my player. I removed the top cover and looked at the CD in the play position. In the upper right corner from the CD, you will see a spindle motor with a belt on it. Gently spin the motor back and forth carefully with your finger. I rotated it a half-spin in either direction, careful not to dislodge the belt. When I turned the player back on, the mechanism operated as it normally would and began playing the disc. I was able to eject and reinsert the magazine without any issues, solving the problem. Hopefully that will work for you.
I just removed the 6-disc player from my 2001 Trooper. To remove it:
1) Remove the two screws above the radio area in the black faceplate
2) Remove the one screw located between the ash tray and the lighter.
3) Remove the four screws (two on each side) from the front center console cover and pull it back (you will need to shift into 2 or L)
4) Pop the black face plate off (there are some metal brackets holding it on that need some light force to pull out. Nothing should break)
5) There are two screws for the CD player and two screws for the radio. Unscrewing them will allow you to pull out the radio and disconnect the smaller CD wiring harness, then you can pull out the CD player.
When I unscrewed the CD player unit, I found that there are six plastic halos that hold each disc and move them up and down as selected. These had broken in some places and the discs had dropped to the bottom and stacked, so nothing could move...hence the clicking sound. Because there was a severe jam, nothing else could be loaded either...hence the error message. I'm attempting to superglue the pieces back together to see if I can reset it. Otherwise, I'd recommend you replace the unit (most likely what I'll do).
Hope this helps!
The magazine in our Sony CD player would not eject. I tried pressing two buttons at the same time etc., with no result. I uplugged the player, removed the screws that hold the black metal cover on and took off the cover (pull the metal up, out and away at the back bottom sides, then slide it back to release the lip from under the front pane.) Looked down inside and saw the problem, a CD disc extended about 1/2 inch from the magazine, blocking ejection. I pushed the extended edge of the disc back into the magazine with the tip of a kitchen knife. Plugged the player back in, pushed power and then the eject button, and the magazine ejected. Replaced the metal cover and it works fine. If it won't eject again I know what to do. Be sure to unplug before you work, you don't need an electrical shock.
All the best, Sonia Murray