Question about Nakamichi Car Audio & Video
Elizabeth, I have had the same problem. I had to resort to removing the player from the vehicle. Then I was able to find the motor that ran the player mechanism. I disconnected the wires from the motor and reconnected them backwards. The motor then turned the mechanism backwards and unjammed the works. I reconnected the motor wires correctly and was able to eject all 5 remaining discs. Yes, this was not easy but I didn't want to lose the cd's. I wouldn't be surprised if you have the same player. Many are made by the same company for different vehicles.
Posted on Dec 08, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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