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Some units require a draw be in alignment with the rest of the system in order for the mechanism to get into the right place to trigger skeleton switches or small microswitches. You hand upset that positioning and the only way it will work now is to get the mechanism aligned so that all is happy. This will require a Technician who is capable of working on these units. I have seen this on many brands- the better unit are self aligning but there were some that were made like yours that have trouble.
take the cd player out of the dash. remove the metal casing from around the unit (load of small screws. Inside the cd mechanism, more to the side, there is a small gear...this can slip off the other gear that drives the cd. just push it back on. I then secured mine in place using a bit of tape...just be careful not to stick it to moving parts. works fine everytime now.
When you turn on the unit the cd draw seams to open. I hear it making a noise like if it is trying to get ready to play. When you shut the draw it won't play, change tracts, or the disc thing to put in more disc wont work. Someone please help me
I posted the same problem on the 15th June and in the meantime I have been playing around with the camera. After holding the camera upside down and gently tapping the back of it, the lens decided to work and retract back into the camera. Not the most technical advice I know but it seemed to work.