Question about Car Audio & Video
Since the motor noise is absent and you get the message that the eject failed then there's only one cause that could do that: the ejection mechanism's motor has failed. It's a small 12 volts motor that can be replaced on its own. Unfortunately it has never been available as a separate part so the only source for it is another unit that is defective and can be used for parts.
If you can obtain one yourself, dismantle it completely and removing the motor to install in your unit, that would be perfect - it's a 4 hour very fiddly job.
Otherwise it will be cheaper just to replace the entire unit with another one.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
What is the make/model # of your unit please?
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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