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you have the amp remote wire hooked to the power antenna lead instead of the amp wire on the deck otherwise just hook it to a switched +12 volt source. You sure you got a DVD changer instead of just a cd changer
It sounds like you have a factory amp in the vehicle. Check behind the radio to see if you have the blue wire from the deck hooked up to anything. You probably do. So take the blue with white stripe wire coming from the deck and hook that up instead of the solid blue wire.
My first suggestion is to not purchase "used" electronics from eBay. I bought the same kind of unit from eBay... and mine is broken too. I got a cell phone, car stereo, and a remote.. they were all not working properly when I received them.
Did you try the restart button. It is a small, pin size button on the right-side of the unit near the 4-way select buttons. My player wouldn't eject a cd either, and when I pushed the restart button with a pin, the cd ejected and the unit was ok for playing cds... that's about it
I have a similar Lanzar unit. I had it in twice while it was under warentee for the same issue. I also had it in a couple more times for other issues. It cost me about $30 shipping both ways each time I returened it. About a month after the warentee expired, the DVD quit ejecting again.
Bottom line, I would look at purchasing a different uint or use an ipod instead of the CD.
Sorry but this unit has a problem with the tracking servo. The problem could be an alighnment, or a bad componet such as the laser assembly, tracking motor or tracking driver IC, with all of these problems the unit will need to come out of the vehicle. Good Luck
The problem could be a belt if the unit uses one for the CD try, a bad motor or the motor drive servo circuit. There are no user replaceable parts inside this unit as it is solid state and unfortanatly, there is no quick fix for this, except, taking the unit out of the vehicle and bench testing it. Im afraid you will need to seek out the assistance of an authorized servicer. Good Luck
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