Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 6 Disc Changer > Err
Don't waste your money and buy those repair manuals. There is an easy fix for this. The rootcause is most likely related to your disc tray (crooked carrier or broken spring). Just get a small screwdriver and take out the two black srews of the inner faceplate, covering the cassette tray itself. Please make sure you do not drop those tiny screws. Use a magnetic tip screw driver. Take the faceplate off. You will see a litlle lever in the center. Just push it aside and your cassette will pop out with no problem. That simple. So don't waste your money!!!
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Open the eject door and at the lower right side of the cartridge their should be a small indent that looks like you could poke it with a medium point pen. That's a reset for the changer. If that does not work, you will need to remove the changer from the car, pull off the top, plug the cable back in and hit eject. look for the arm on the backside of the cartridge and give it a nudge. It may just be stuck. Loading mechanisms usually do not fail before the optics or other!. If you need further help, post a comment with any model #'s on the changer and I'll look for info and help some more. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
I also had this problem, but found the solution here...
Give it a good whack...
I did it, and then hit the eject button and the CD came right out. After that, it worked just as it should.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
SOURCE: i bought a used 6
well something is wrong and it could be a jammed CD ,best advice i can give is to cut losses and fit an aftermarket radio with a usb and SD card player ,that way a 1gb SD card will hold and play 20 or more CDs .they cost about 80 euros here in spain and one with built in blue tooth about 120 euros .I do feel this is a cheaper alternative than messing around with cd changers that inveriably go wrong with age .
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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