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SOURCE: Clarion DB245 CD player

I think you press and hold the band button then press the display button

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SOURCE: Clarion DB238R.CD-player not eject the disk.

Go to the Clarion Car audio service center to fix that eject motor...

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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SOURCE: cd won't eject.keeps making clicking noises

the only way to repair this problem is to replace the entire cd mechanism. probably about a 30.00 to40.00 dollar part. can be obtained at pacparts.com.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Hi there, I have a Clarion radio/CD player that

There are usually two options 

1...See if you can tease the jammed CD out through the slot using another (old) CD

If not

2...The player will have to removed from the dashboard and opened up to remove the jammed CD.

Make sure you have the Security Code before removing the player.

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If you do not have the code  then POST ANOTHER QUESTION

quoting the radio MAKE+MODEL plus ALL the LETTERS+NUMBERS on ANY LABELS ,BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING
 

note: Unfortunately not all radios can be decoded using the Serial Number
 

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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SOURCE: My clarion CD player in my Nissan Primera P12 2004

Hi.


Check first that it is not a single disk stuck inside.

Try pressing repeatedly the eject button on the on dash player while at the same time you start the stereo.

If that does not work you can try disconnecting the car battery to reset the unit, and then attempt again the procedure above.

Remember that you may be asked stereo code after disconnecting battery, have it ready.

If still no luck, then the unit must be removed from the dash to be taken apart, so to remove the stuck disk.

In that case the repair may require replacement of CD drive unit or front panel. When disk does not exject repair done from a local technician may be expensive. Usually better replacing the whole stereo unit.

Regards.

PS: Here the procedure above illustrated in detail. The procedure is described for home DVD players, but it is the same on any optical unit, including in-dash stereo. Naturally , since the unit is an in-car system, you do not have power cord, but you will need to disconnect battery to reset the system: player system won't eject disk.

Posted on Mar 16, 2010

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