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The part of the unit that you Insert the cds Into is no longer accepting or ejecting them without reseting the unit. The blue light bellow the cd slot turns off when the faceplate is placed on it. There is no visual display on the lcd screen of the face plate but there is backlighting. While listening to the radio it tries to play a non existent CD, like its trying to search for a track to play. I have a model VOLFENHAG ZX-7127 CD player

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SOURCE: Car Radio Rejecting CDs

I had a simular problem ,the only thing you might try is a cd cleaner disk that has a little brush on it. might be a dust build up on the optical eye. or it just worn out. the optical eye in my opion is sensitive and hitting big bumps with a cd playing might throw it out of whack...they can make like a little bluetooth or cartridge that holds all of any music cd or 30 cds....it would be pure electronics...but i guess it compares to oil co. that wont put out the electric car..jobs and money is what its about. you get my point.

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SOURCE: MINI: Trying to eject non-existent CD

I have only seen this problem once and the only fix was to replace the cd player. I would suggest to get an aftermarket cd player from electronics store and have them install it. The factory option is over 700 installed. sorry

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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