Question about Car Audio & Video
C.d. stuck in player
All these models have an overheat problem which after about an hour of use will not eject the cd until you let it cool down. I bought 2 of these and would not reccommend the purchase of this model. The removable head gets very hot even with volume down. Sometimes taking the cover on and off a few times will reset the error and let the cd eject.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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