I was loading 3 cd's into the player. everything was going great, until the 3rd cd.
it was taking it as i was turning away.i turned to look at it as it was trying to eject it.by the time i got back to the player it pulled it back inside. what shall i do.
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If its in a vehicle, Take another CD (do not let go of the CD when u do this) with the CD in one hand insert it into the player, don't let it go all the way in but the hole point of this is to get under the CD that is stuck in there n kinda pry up on it with the CD in ur hand don't do it to hard cause u don't want the CD to break. Now all at the same time u have hit the eject button n get under the CD that's stuck n pry up n pull it out. U might have to do it a couple times but it will come out
Did you get all of the CDs out of the player or are any still
stuck inside the stereo? Its the part about everything working
OK until a disc changed that makes me ask.
If a disc is jammed because it didn't load properly, you won't
be able to get all your discs out.
If you have a cd or two stuck in your Bose wave radio, here's how to remove it and save yourself $99. This procedure is for the radio (model AWRCC1 or similar) with a single front loading cd slot.
1. First unplug the power, wait a minute, and then replug power, watching the front display.
2. The display will read "Ejecting". If the cd ejects, then you're done and can skip Part II. If it doesn't eject and/or it displays "Disk error" then you'll need to do the Part II steps.
1. Unplug the power cord.
2. Turn the radio upside down with the front facing you.
3. Remove the 5 screws from the bottom plate.
4. Hinge the front of the bottom plate up no more than 2". Don't overdo this or you'll damage various ribbon cables inside. Use extra hands or a prop to keep it open this amount.
5. Reach inside and tilt-up the front of cd player's metal housing just enough to access the rims of the cd(s) within the space created in step 4.
6. Pinch the rim(s) of the cd(s) and gently pull it/them out.
7. Reverse these steps to reassemble your radio.
disconnecting power. Connect back and then turn the DVD on by using the
button in the player (not the remote) while at the same time you keep
pressing repeatedly the eject button on the player. You will need to
keep pressing eject until the unit start loading the disk.
that does not work, then the DVD must be disassembled undoing the screws
holding the top cover in the chassis.Once disassembled there is usually
a disk stuck inside the drive or a mechanical issue. The disk tray
motor rarely fails.
Do not disassemble the player unless you have repair experience. Before proceeding check warranty status.Call Kenwood if you want to book a repair
clear any obstructions, clean unit inside, be careful.. Tray can bind up due to dust and lint. Try disk one only and play. Go through all 5 separately and try and see if they all swallow the disk or could be just #3 example. use dust away to clean unit. be careful not to touch laser.
Open the top cover of your CD using a screw driver, (usually a star screw driver),. Then, manually turn the driving gear of the CD tray to free the stucked tray and until to the point where you can take the disc from the tray. Be careful so the setting of the tray and the laser eye is not change. Then, close the close the cover and play. You can send your e-mail thru fix ya to let me know.
Hi. Got the very same problem. At christmas I had loaded two cd's in one of the racks. I used needlenose pliers as well and pulled each of the 5 trays out (well past their runners). Tried to dismantle the unit with the 3 screws on each side, but gave up. When I turn the power off and on and do a cd check the "hello" flashes then nothing, tried cd/change power button and basically everything else. All I can say is go easy on the unit as I was to forceful an now think i've ruined it. I'm gutted as this was a great mini hi-fi and has served me well. Best of luck with ur Panasonic, cheers.