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Eject and load error

Stock Pioneer cd 6 mp3 player in Ford Ranger edge has started frequent eject and load errors. Now it won't even recognize there are cds inside. I have new cd I want to play

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Hi there your cd tray is damaged. Just Make sure the rubber bumper gromets are not worn down.. and also clean the guide rails with alcohol and see it ejects properly.. if it doesn't work you have to replace the cd tray mechanism.. Should run you about 50 -75 $. Good Luck!

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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Most common cause for this is dirty lens, try a cleaner disk, possibly the one with liquid cleaner.
If this does not work , providing that the engine is spinning you may need to replace the lens inside

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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