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Normally a battery icon on a display indicates that the battery power is too low to operate the device. If the device uses disposable batteries, it's time to replace them with fresh ones. If it uses rechargeable batteries, recharge them. If recharging the batteries fails to work, they may have reached their useful lifetime and need to be replaced as well. If the unit has a internal battery that is chargeable, and charging fails to work, you may need to have the unit serviced to replace the internal battery(ies) or just get a new unit, depending on the cost-effectiveness of repairs.
you can try to see if there is a bug fix for it go online put the manufacturs name and the model # of your player in the search bar if there is a fix for it their web page will tell you how to install it.if not? it sounds like th battery could actually be dying..just because the icon shows it at full charge doesn't actually mean that it is..the only way to know that for sure would be to have the battery tested but that would req taking the player apart and that's not a job for beginners..my advice? back up all of your tunes and buy a new one..your best/cheapest bet
Have you try a Cleaning Disk.
Maybe you can use a compress air can (usually sell in pc/electronics stores) and clening up the laser lens.
Check for dirty on discs, water drops or scratches. Try another CD
Hope this help.
Mine is doing the same thing. So I looked it up. And it said to take out your iPod and unplug the ihome then take out the batteries from the ihome and leave it for an hour.. Then it will reset itself.. I just did it and it worked.. I also had to put in new batteries in the ihome
06 expedition 6 cd player and having the same issues,,, Disconnect battery and all 6 cd are stuck inside. "Error cd" shows when pushing eject. Looked everywhere and nothing shows how to fix it. I dont want to buy another radio/cd player for something that ford should know and how to fix?
1) Look into purchasing an external rechargeable battery pack for PDVD units (available at Best Buy). It is an external pack that will connect to the players AC port.
2) Prepare for surgery! You will need 6 rechargeable AA batteries, a soldering iron, super glue, and patience.
You'll need to open the battery case and look at the batteries within. Note the direction and polarity of all the batteries and how they are wired/soldered together. You will need to replace all these batteries with the new ones you have purchased. Wire together the new batteries in the exact same order and polarity as the old dead ones. Remove the old ones and replace with the new ones. Solder in where necessary and be sure not to bridge any contacts. Put the case back together with a little super glue on the seam. Replace into the PDVD player when the battery case is dry (or else you may permanently mount the battery case into the player) and set to recharge using the AC pack. if everythign was wired correctly, you should have a charged battery pack in about 1 hour (since most rechargeable batteries come with 3/4 charge in them).
While I don't recomend this second solution, it is plausable for the hobbiest electrician or DIY-er.