My dad recently bought a 2000 daewoo and the cd player keeps flashing COD----. When we called the previous owner she said that she had written it down on a piece of paper and put it in the maunal. We could not find it. Where do we get the code so he can play music in the car?
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you have to open the unit cover to remove the CD, its probably tried to eject it and its past the point that shows one in the slot which is causing the player to say NO CD , once opened, use great care in moving anything, and keep track of where everything goes,
that battery change would reset the internal security memory...you may find that the previous owner has that security code..call them if you can..otherwise, you will need to speak to cust service for that unit and explain your situation
Hello aversteegh, hi, in my opinion as a tech guy, I'm really not sure if its worth the repair, there are to much problem with that receiver, but if you plan to service it your self, better not, this takes a lot of diagnosing, as you describe this receiver problems, it points all to power supply and or a main board (possibly controls circuit, the IC that controls every media player), I humble suggest consult first a local tech shop for evaluation or free estimates on the repair. and make sure that the repair is reliable.
- Use a cinch- cable (red&white) to connect the cd player to the input (often called CD or AUX) of the receiver
- Use standard speaker cable (two copper wires per wire) to connect each speaker to one speaker-output on the receiver - Plug in the power cables - Select the right input (or source) on the receiver - Voila! Press play on the cd player and sound should come out!
I also have a Sony CD player (CDP-XE330) and I have tried almost every code from the yamaha manual, but without success. The only codes that yamaha remote supports, are the codes from the list in the yamaha manual. If none works, you are out of luck and the only solution is using the original sony remote (if you have one) or universal remote.
I have recently purchased Logitech Harmony 525 on eBay and now I control all my 7 devices with it without any issues. It is programmed via USB and Logitech has codes for almost 250.000 devices.
unplug it, unscrew the screws holding the cover on, you should be able to see the lazer lens where the disks go, now take a q-tip with rubbing alcohol on it and gently rub the lens in one direction to remove any dust. cd players are very picky about dust and even just a little can give you a no disc error. ive had to do it to many cd players, so this should work for you! good luck