Bought a toyota with sony cd changer and had magazine stuck. Disconnected the cables at the back and left for 5 min. Hooked it back up switched to acc and pressed the eject button and came straight out. Didnt need to reset radio and retune.Now works fine.
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Re: sony cdx-t69 CD Changer Unit
Hi there that is sorta the problem i had and if you press eject nothing happens its still in there what i done was disconnect the battery for at least one minute and the cd changer lost its memory and was fine so i ejected the cd magazine and cleaned all the cds and blew out inside the machine has worked everytime its woth a try
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I would inspect the harness to your unit and see if any wires are not connected..A fully connected harness ensures all functions are working as intended and if any wire that is supposed to be hooked up and isn't then there would be your issue..
i resolved this myself in the end. I unplugged the audio & power cables whilst the stereo and engine was running. Then plugged back in. I turned the engine off and stereo off as well. I then unplugged audio and power again from the back of the CDX, left it unplugged for 10 minutes whilst the engine was still off. I then plugged the leads back in and turned the engine on. the stereo recognised the CDX, but stayed on displaying "CD Checking". I switched to radio for 20 seconds, turned back to CDX and it selected CD 1 and has been good ever since.
This would invalidate the warranty and you may break it but I have just had to do one:
1. Remove 4 black screws
2. Unclick the front panel - yes it is clicked on but may appear to be screwed
3. Take off black lid
4. Pop the cradled player from the 4 dampers and unhook from the 2 springs
5. Remove the ribbon connector - do this by slipping/clicking the brown holder very slightly and then the ribbon comes out easily
6. Now using a suitable tool push the stuck CD back into the magazine
7. Click the magazine out - there is a white piece of plastic what when moved does the eject.
8. Do the above in reverse.
The trick to get the grey horizontal/vertical discs back on is to set them passed horizontal one notch on and click them on at the end - turning one notch anti-clockwise to lock them.