Question about Jensen CD400M CD Player
Put the stereo in a dash on a boat, tested it out and worked fine. Was fine for a few days then it rained, i guess it isn't a waterproof area that i put the stereo in. I went to try it out today and the numbers on the screen were all screwy looking, couldn't actually read anything on the screen. tried to put in a cd but it wouldn't take it, and it just seemed to be doing random things like trying to eject out of nowhere. When i put the cd in and it came back out (only went in about half way) it came back out with water spots on it. after that i realized it must have gotten wet in there. Is this unit fixable or do i have to get another?
Yike! As with most electronics, they are necessarily dead when they get wet, but you do have to be very careful with them until they're dry. Here's the best you can do:
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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