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I have a '03 BMW 325CI with an Alpine 6 disc changer in the trunk. It is model # 82 11 1 469 404, with a manufacturer date of 2000.AP.April . It was working fine until one day I told the head unit to change discs. All of the sudden the head unit said "No Disc". There are 6 CD's in the changer right now. When you turn the car on, or try to select the changer on the head unit, or eject the cd cartridge nothing happens. The unit seems to be getting no power or signal or something. Please help with any suggestions you might have. Thanks David davidgm3@gmail.com

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  • davidgm3 Jul 20, 2008

    Take it to a dealer? Do you think I am a moron who did not think of taking it to the dealer? I thought the point of this site was to help people fix the problems on their own. Thanks for insulting me.

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Take it to a BMW dealer and ask them to take a look at it.

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