CD player stopped working and only displays an error message. It will accept and eject the cds but will not play. It tries but then beeps 3 times and ejects the cd. When I shut off the car, it will continue to grind like it is looking to play the cd, but there is not one in the changer. This has happened with the last 3 brand new Nissan cars that I drove off the lot at approx 3 years. The car only had 15K on it when the changer died. I read to disconnect the battery and it may reset. I did and no luck. The radio and tape player still work. Help!
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Re: 2005 350Z 6 disc changer / error message
Use a Laser Lens Cleaner. Run it thru the player a couple times. Use one that has fluid with it, you can find them at any electronics retailer for 15-20. If it still has the same problem, the only thing to do is send it for repair, they will replace the transport. Average cost of 125-175 on a changer. Hope this helps
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Hi, Dirty CDs can skip or just stop playing For best results, use a CD cleaning fluid and anti-static cloths made
for cleaning CDs. If these tips don't help you might have to buy
another copy of your CD, but first try it in another player because
some CD players are more sensitive than others to scratches.The last option is to replace the CD Head by taking to a nearest service provider.
Try getting a cd cleaning tool come with a disk with tiny brushes on it and cleaning solution to clean the eye or if you are using burned cds try and see what format you are buring such as mp3s mp4s some cd player only will play a certain formats such as mp3s.
The player thiinks the CD is still in the player. you have a shorted or open sensor. Usually thee players have 3 phto sensors to tell the controller that a Disc is inserted , or ejected or present. Sometimes a wire or piece of lint covers a sensor and makes the controller think the CD is still there. Get you a can of Air from Radio Shack and blow out the DVD drive You might get lucky and this do the job.