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E-99 and other times time TOC ERROR shows up.

I bought my KDC-MP205 less than a year ago. I was playing and MP3/WMA disc and an E99 showed up. I then took the cd out and put it back in and a TOC ERROR showed its face. The tuner and AUX work, but the cd function does nothing no matter what format disc i put in.

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  • mustypines Feb 27, 2008

    Hey thanks for the advice, though it only partially fixed the problem. The disc got it to start reading audio cd's, but it stil wont read a data cd.

  • bluesman153 Feb 28, 2008

    Tocc error and overheating in Kenwood kdc-mp205. Have disks playing fine and then all the sudden I get a tocc error. Also find some disks spin very fast (trying to read the data?) and when I eject them, they are very warm. I only play mp3 format so my only question is could it be related to the bit rate of the file? Is there a limited amount of ram in the deck that is used up by high bit rate mp3 disks?

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Hi TOC error sounds like its the laser is faulty. you could try a cd cleaning disc. this may cure the problem..


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Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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