Question about Car Audio & Video
My CD Bose sys in an FX35 2004 Infinity 6 CD changer has decided to state Disc error on any used or brand new Cds.
Radio and cassett player work fine.
Any thoughts on what i need to do to correct the problem
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
With my experience on Car audio systems, the main culprit for electrical trouble is Connectors.
Check the connectors; especially the RCA connectors (Round Coaxail connectors), unplug them and plug them back in while the CD player is playing. Any problem there will be obvious. If that's it, clean them off with a dry cloth, perhaps poke a Q-tip into the receptical to clean that.
Most often, just removing and re-attaching (or even just wiggiling) the connectors is good enough.
This is especially the most likely culprit if you live close the the ocean's salty air, or in a place that had roads salted for snow and ice.
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