Question about Car Audio & Video
I have a 2005 Equinox and live in Houston TX. i keep CDs in the car and they get really HOT in the summer. I recently put a HOT CD in my cd-player, and the cd player, which had just been working, would not read the CD. I had the CD/radio replaced and was able to play a CD in it just fine. Then, I stupidly put another hot CD in it, and the brand new player did exactly the same thing - wouldn't play it.
Can a hot CD fry the CD reader?
As with all electronics... anything can happen (even unexplained). There are two things to think abou tin this expensive experience.
I have not seen this before but like I said, anything is possible.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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