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Easy, turn off the power, remove the lid by unsrewing all the screws on the side, back and top of the lid. When removed you should see the CD jammed somewhere at the rear of the disk carrier. be very carefull and slowly remove it. The disk may be already scratched but if you're carefull you can stop further damage. Also don't force any part of the tray they are only plastic. If you can't get the disk out things start to get awkward. Write backmor take the unit with the lid off to a repair shop it shouldn't take them long to get it out.
CD stuck in player. Unplug. Remove lid, small black screws on side and along the top of the back. Fiddle with latch on left side near front that controls the door. Once latch is released, open door and remove all CD's. Make sure 2 CD's are not **** in player. Move CD cage carefully. It should run smoothly along. If not it is locked in 'switched off mode' or CD is stuck half in and half out. If CD stuck fish CD out carefully. Plug back in without any CD's in. System should run back and forward and then lock at left hand end. Put lid on and try one CD in one slot.
Ok..just happened to me. I'm a tinkerer so it's assumed that everything is out of warranty.
The low down and skinny is this. The last disc holder is stuck on the metal changer tab, preventing the magazine to eject.
1. Remove the six screws on the left and right sides.
2. Use a small flathead screwdriver to GENTLY pry off the front Alpine CHM-S620 plastic facia.\
3. On both left and right sides, collapse and push in the rubber suspension mounts.
4. Carefully remove the vertical/horizontal mount springs.
5. Gently pull off the data cable ribbon.
6. Flip over the changer unit. Use a coathanger to gently push the cartridge back into magazine.
**You may damage the cd and last holder. Small price to pay to get things back to working order though.
You may also have to wiggle the last cd holder to get it over the metal lip.
7. Reassemble in reverse order.
8. Change out that last cd cartridge so it doesn't jam again.
I have the same problem. When you turn it, after a while it justs displays "ERROR". I opened the player and I think the player is stuck on the left hand of the interior. When I lift the lever on the front of the player it starts moving, but on returning to the same place it gets stuck again. I checked to see if any items were broken but that does not seem to be the problem. I suspect that it is caused by worn out items. Any suggestions, does Technics still support this player?
Thats alot of disc this ubit holds. 110+1!! The CD changer arm mechanism sounds like is out of timming or the gears have slipped there teeth, and or the cam is broken, or theres a couple of small microswitches that can get broken as well.. The only way to work on this unit and see what the problem is, is to get a service manual and go through the mechanical alighnment and see where the problem is. Unless you can do a physical examination and know where every lob and gear is suppose to be, I do not see any other ways.