Hey schmidty, this isnt a solution. i just wanted to say i have the same exact problem with my cd-510k jensen. Whats goin on here? i cant find an answer. If you get one could you email me the solution? bobby email@example.com
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Check and see if there is a fuse on the back of the unit if so check it
to make sure that it is not blown. Also make sure that it is at
least a 25 - 30amp fuse. If that is not it the make sure you have the
power wires hooked up right. See a Er-05 message means that the power
that that unit needs is not there. So it will not read all cd's. It
takes more power to read a burner than a normal cd. Hopefully this helps
This indicated that the unit is having a problem reading the disc. This can be because the disc is upside down, dirty, scratched, misaligned laser, dirty laser. Try to reset and run a cleaning disc through the unit. If it still cant read it may be a mechanical issue stopping the unit from reading the disc
I had it too. - when I bought the used vehicle and was elated that it had a Jensen sound system in it. The sound was good - played a CD the first time I put it in. We listened to the radio after an hour and then attempted to replay the same CD. The ER-4 message showed up. The man who sold me the vehicle had given me the paperwork on the unit and I reset it. I've had to do this at least 4 times which means you have to reset all your favorite stations, time, etc.