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If you have tried multiple cd's to no avail, the problem is in the unit. To fix inexpensively, contact Newton Auto Haus in Newton NC, and supply the proprietor with the model # of your unit, he will supply you with a used, (in good condition) replacement. He specializes in Mercedes and has a great reputation.
It wasn't a car cd player, but a component for a stereo. I took off the case and shook the player until the disc dropped out. We plan to replace the player, so no further help is needed. Thank you for getting back to me so quickly.
will have a another look around for you but you could start here http://4jvc.co.uk/cgi-bin/pne.pl?display=entry&brand_id=2158&f-10=%20JVC%20KW-S601%20car%20stereo see if they can assit as well , i i find one i will post back for you, good luck .
Hi dont know if anyone reads this still. First the finger tip control you have to rewire it into the new cd player with a Autoleads PC99-X26 - Peugeot 206 plus connection to your make of radio. Also the wireing problem some times is down to the red and yellow wires being the wrong way round swap them over and this should solve this.
all radios like your has two power inlets one is battery and the other is Acc or Ing. The battery line keeps power in the radio after you turn off your car both lines must work for the radio to turn on it sounds like a resister burn out thats why your face plate was warm.