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Jammed CD unit

The unit will not eject the cassette out of the shuttle unit - it comes up on the screen with ERROR. It just beeps when you press the eject button. The shuttle unit is jammed open and will not go back in. It has 3 CD's in the cassette.

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  • Supra Feb 24, 2008

    In the end we took it to a local mech who dismantled it and was able to advise that the cassette was in fact not the original for the deck - we were lucky that when we brought the car the guy gave us 2 cassettes the other one was the original. thank you

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Argh!!!
not good. have not worked on this model but a few models with nthe same mech, your best bet is to take this to a repair agent. there is no easy solution



Sorry


Mark
www.blueice-electronics.co.uk

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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