Question about Car Audio & Video
I cant get my cd to eject from a Alpine CDA-7892 cd player
Try resetting it. Also if it won't reset using the reset button found behind the faceplate. Take off the negative battery cable under the hood this should reset everthing. Then replace it. If it is old and the motor is having trouble kicking the cd out then stick a used no good cd in on top of the other cd and use it to apply pressure to the cd in the player then pull it out after pressing eject
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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