Question about Car Audio & Video
I have 3 CDs currently in the player. I cannot play or eject the CDs. States there is a ''player error.'' Everything worked fine with player when I left for vacation last week. When I came back and went to use my car, CDs no longer working. Anyone have any ideas how I can fix this issue?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is nothing I can tell you to do that won`t damage the player.
I have one sugestion, go to a shop that installs car stereo, don`t go into the store, go to the bay where the workshop is and ask one of the installers real nice like if he could take it out for you, I`m sure he would.
It is a bit tricky to do it, but it can be done, without having to remove the deck and taking it apart.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
SOURCE: CD player won't play CDs
Try getting a cd cleaning tool come with a disk with tiny brushes on it and cleaning solution to clean the eye or if you are using burned cds try and see what format you are buring such as mp3s mp4s some cd player only will play a certain formats such as mp3s.
Posted on May 07, 2009
Hi, this is a common problem with in car cd players. the shock absorber can only protect the internals from a minimal amount of shock that will be distributed from the road and normal driving situations. there is a mechanism inside the CD player(changer) that will become unstable over time. this will allow for many mechanisms that make up the unit to loosen and separate from the original structure design, in return, allowing the lens assembly to become jammed or misaligned.
When this happens, the only option is to take to a local audio electronics store like best buy. they will have audio tech in store that can disassemble the entire device to retrieve the Cd's inside. the actual cd changer itself will have to be rebuilt or replaced.
You can also take your car to the dealership for this extraction as well.
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Posted on May 14, 2009
The only way to do it is to remove the radio using DIN radio removal tool - then you will have easy acces to remove cd's if you do not have this tools try to use coat hanger (do small catss on the ends)
(you can try to hold eject button and swich off - swich on button - probably it will not work but try few times
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: CD player not working correctly
Try turning off the radio and disconnecting the battery for 1 min and then reconnecting the battery. Turn on the radio and see if that reset the radio so you can get your CD out and try cleaning the CD player with a cd player cleaner. Note you have to make sure the radio is off before you disconnect the battery. Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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