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If Required, Enter Code in Head Unit First.
Press And Hold " CD.C" Button
The Display Shows "CD Player" Then "0000"
Press preset " 1 " repeatedly for 1st Digit
Press preset " 2 " repeatedly for 2nd Digit
Press preset " 3 " repeatedly for 3rd Digit
Press preset " 4 " repeatedly for 4th Digit
If the correct code number is now shown
Press Tuning Up Button " ^ " To Enter
Hi, I am having the same problem with a RRSC that I have just purchased, the blue eject button on the boot mounted DVD changer lights up but nothing happens when you press it, not even the sound of things trying to happen... Did you get anywhere with your?
Those errors mean that there is an electrical or mechanical system fault. The pioneer website suggests to turn the car ingition off and on again, or press the power ON/OFF button on the display unit and try to play the CD again.
That seems like the obvious solution to me, which Im sure you have already done. You can try to contact Pioneer for more info.
most chargers use the power from radio so if radio is working you should be getting power to changer bemore of a wire issue so you need to find out where power cable is going if seperate to radio possible it will have fuse and earth cable that could have come loose
usually there is a button combo you press on the stereo in the car to tell it to enter CD changer mode, his combo is dependent on the manufacturer of Stereo in your car, on mine you press the CD button while turning on, once in CD changer mode you should be able to select CD and track.
Yes the CDs have to be a particular way up, although there is only a choice of 2 different ways so trial and error should suffice :)