Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
These cd players have sensors in them to detect when a cd is put in. One of the sensors must be faulty, but there is nothing the end user can do to remedy this. It must be checked out be a professional technician who specializes in car stereos. It is an electronic problem. The sensors are photo-transistors, they detect a disc when the light that they emit is interupted or blocked by the disc being inserted. There is just no way to fix it other than taking the cd mech apart and replacing these surface mount components which require excellent soldering skills and very good mechanical skills to disassemble and reasemble the cd mech.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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