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My jvc kd 331 was working fine on my other car took it out to put it in the car i have noe but when its all plugged in all that happens is when i press eject it says eject on the screen and ejects the disc. Also if i press 'display' the clock will come up for 1 second and thats ALL that happens, Ive tried moving the pins in the connections but to no luck. The cd player is not faulty as sent it off to JVC and it was also tested at halfords.

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is it fitted correctly does it have a good earth check fuse on back of stereo check fuse under dash and also under hood if it has one there try holding the reset button for 15 secs

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Hi there iv had the same problem loads of times. I usually open the unit from the top and slowly push out the cd. This only works on some cd players.
If you have an error you would probably need to get the cd player looked at.

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SOURCE: My JVC KD-G331 Cd Player Won't Work In My Clio (X reg)

Hi, did you fix this problem?
I'm having exactly the same issue myself.

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