Question about Car Audio & Video
Please follow these steps:
turn off the car and removed the fuse for the radio and put it back in. Once u put it back in the cd player should work fine.
A: Press the reset button on both the changer and the remote. The reset button on the changer is located on the front panel of the unit, It can beactivated with the tip of a pin.
B: If the unit does not operate after resetting it, remove the magazine by inserting a business card between the magazine and the mechanism. The lock lever will disengage to allow the magazine to eject.
C: Make sure all cds are in the magazine, a CD is found lodged in the carriage, remove all cds from the magazine and reinsert the magazine into the changer.
D: Press the eject button. This should cause the loged CD to move from the carriage into the empty magazine. The magazine should automatically eject and normal operation will return.
Wait for your car's stereo to cool down. If you have been using it for an extended period of time, it may have gotten hot and the ejection device may not be working properly. This may be caused by a dirty or scratched CD, or a peeling CD label.
Hold down (do not just press once) the eject button on the front of your car stereo's CD player. Listen for a mechanical ejection noise. If your car stereo is making this noise, it is more than likely that the CD is just sticking inside the CD player.
Look for a hole the size of a pin on your car stereo's CD player. This hole is very small and looks similar to one on a CD-Rom drive. Once you have located the hole, use a pin and attempt to manually eject the CD.
Remove the face plate of your car's CD player (this only works if your CD player is not factory installed) and attempt to manually remove the CD by pulling it out through the entry slot. Do not force items such as pliers into the CD player's entry slot. Wait until you see the object and gently remove it.
If this doesnot helps counsult a repair guy.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
Usually they have a emergency eject if this is a tray load device ...it has to have a little hole near the inserting point ..and when a pin like tool is inserted and a little push in ...the CD should came out ...
But if it do not have such a thing ...try to make a reset if the unit's menu is available ...or ..just open if up...and retrieve the thing manually ..Just unscrew it ..and get the cover off..you have to do it anyway if it is to repair it ..or you will have to change it if the device is proving to be defective ..
another thing t try first ..is to power it off..and restart ,,,better remove the power from the plug ..but keep in mind that some of these devices have a pin like code..and if it had a previous owner..after removing the power supply it might ask for that code..
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
You need to wait for your car's stereo to cool down. If you used it for it for an extended period of time, it may have gotten hot and the ejection device may not respond.
Hold down the eject button.If you can hear the mechanical ejection noise. If your car stereo is making this noise, it is more than likely that the CD is just sticking inside the CD player and you can try and grab it with your had and pull it out .
Look for a hole the size of a pin on your car stereo's CD player. This hole is very small and looks similar to one on a CD-Rom drive, after locating the hole, use a pin and attempt to manually eject the CD. Now in case you have a factory stereo.
Hope this will help you out.
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