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E1 Error on Panasonic CQ-C1110W Car CD Player

I recently bought a second hand Panasonic CQ-C1110W Car CD Player.
installed it and radio works fine but won't play CD.

I tried cleaning with CD cleaner but still the same problem.
Maybe it need some kind of code to fix the error.
Some one with the same model can help, or if anyone is able to help.

Cheers,
Jex

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  • brent Sep 09, 2008

    I have a CQ-VD7001u car DVD Player and when i try to play a cd it come up with E1 error. i put in a brand new cd and it still is doing the same thing. does anyone know what the E1 error is?

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If you receive an error reading or the cd ejects automatically briefly after being inserted, the headunit needs to be repaired or replaced

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