Question about Car Audio & Video
Usually CD players in cars dont give trouble or problems. Although when
they do the solution is usually staring us in the face. If the CD player
does not accept discs into the unit it is as a result of an existing CD
inside the unit. Often times maybe due to mistake or otherwise freak
incidents the disc which is put inside a player ends up leaving the disc
tray and causes such problems in the system.
The noise which is heard is as a result of the disc tray moving around and having contact with the disc and this causes the noise.
On the other hand it could be the mechanism which helps the unit to rotate the disc which has an external object in between it.
The noise stops after a few minutes because whenever the car is put on initially the disc lens moves around and in the process makes contact with the disc inside the unit.
Best solution for this is to send the car to a car radio shack and get them to open up the disc system and remove the disc inside the player or whichever external body is there. This will not only stop the noise but also get the unit working fine again.
Hope this solution has been helpful?
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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