Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
This sometimes happens when you put two disc's in one tray. If it's not locked in the loaded position then you can take a thin piece of plastic (as thin as a credit card but longer, five inches or so) or the equivilant (like that impossible to open without cutting yourself plastic packaging) and slide it underneath the 6 disc cartridge. You need to work it in and out, eventually you will hit the release mechanisim.
If a disc is loaded then it won't work and you need to dissasemble the changer and manually retract the disc.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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