Question about Car Audio & Video
More than likely something got stuck or broken ..
You will need to open it up and see if there is anything you can notice that may be causing the problem. more than likely the loder. if you think you can move it back into place or frmove the jammed components then by all means do. if not take it to an electronic technician.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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