I have brand new one CD-896. I bought that last year for my husband's Christmas gift. The CD player is good. Unfortunately the tape keep coming out when we try to put it in the tape player in our car. Please let me know what we have to do. Thanks a lot.
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There is a physical mechanism that should lock in when it's pressed down. Usually there is a release button for that mechanism when you need to open it. I would try using tape and see if it will play when it's taped shut. Depending on the mechanism this may be your only option. Thank you, Lee
Check inside for packing tape to hold the eye in place during shipping or transit, and remove any tape or plastic tabs for the players protection that may be there. Check the player for a time \ date setting, may need the time \ date set. Try another disk not CD\RW but a store bought CD. Try battery's and see if running it on battery's will straighten it out, Last but not least - BE SURE YOUR POWER ADAPTER IS SET FOR THE PROPER POSITIVE - NEGATIVE POLARITY TO THE PLAYER. Look closely at the plug in on the player for a symbol with a circle and a positive and negative sign and check the adapter to match.
There was another post suggesting a novel approach. He said to shake player vigorously a couple of times or drop it from about 2-3 feet on carpet (without a cd in it). I did both. It worked for him and to my amazement --- it worked for me too on a SpongeBob personal cd player. What do you have to lose? Good luck.
The vibrations from the speakers are causing the cabinet to resonate. This resonation causes the lens to vibrate, distorting the pickup signal... I would recommend giving it a few hard slaps when it skips. if that does not work, then try to adjust the soud so that there is no bass at all if you can.... Else chuck it...
as i read the specification on this model, it is not possible to remove power totally from the cd player and then power up and continue. (ignition is in your car ?)
But, you can connect power to the cd player,after the ignition switch. Normally this supply is available behind the standard car radio. You can use a standard 12 volt (depends on you car supply voltage) bulb to search for the correct wire.
Often this information are also available in the instruction book for the car.