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1993 Toyota Vienta Ultima, ''Fujitsu Ten'' INF4 fault

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I have a 1993 Toyota (Camry) Vienta Ultima. It has its standard ''Fujitsu Ten'' radio/cassette/12 stack CD player.

Recently the CD player has stopped working. When I go to select the CD function the display shows the code ''INF4'' and does nothing else, I can't even remove the CDs from the stacker in the boot (the cartridge ejection no longer functions)

Any ideas?

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I had the same proble. i happened to remove the changer from the boot for a few days and have a look inside but did not see anything wrong and when i put it back in it worked.

i expect it is as simple as disconnecting the changer from the head unit, turn the head unit on and off and then reconnect the changer resets the connection between the two.

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