Question about Dual Car Audio & Video
Unplug the reciver from the back of it and wait for 20 sec. and plug it back in, this should allow you to eject. now turn off your car and jush eject, when it opens to eject's push the release button on the back of the face like your removing it but instead force the face to completely go down, as far as it will go. now turn your car on and put a cd in and see if that works for ya.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
Fact is this is a poor quality head unit that looks pretty cool. The ribbon cable that connects the main unit to the face plate shorts out. This is a really crappy part. My suggestion is that you accept defeat and either purchase a different head unit, or try to fix or replace the cable.
Posted on Nov 08, 2011
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