Hey, I'd like to get CDs to continue playing from where they left off when I was last in the car, it used to do this in the previous car but since changing cars seems to have changed functions and I can't for the life of me suss out why. It's a JVC KD-S741R, cheers!
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Re: Getting CDs to play where they left off
Does you radio keep the correct time? If it doesn't then the
problems are related. You don't have you memory wire hooked up
right. If your radio does keep the right time after being turned
off then you just might have a model of radio that does not do what you
want it to do and the only solution to that is to get another
radio. Good luck.
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You can try cleaning the laser lens. You can do this using qtips and rubbing alcohol. Be sure you are very gentle though or you could risk scratching the lens which would completely ruin the laser assembly.
Please check carefully the format the CD you burn.
Your player should has at least same format or better to make it read the CDs.
For example standard dvd player will not able to read mpeg 4 CDs.
Hey Rachelle.. Sorry to say, but Road Gear is an off brand, and they don't hold up well at all. It sounds to me like the laser it's self has gone bad, and unfortunately not worth fixing.
If you want an inexpensive cd player that will last for a while I recomend Kenwood KDC138 they retail for arround $90, and do a decent job. Nothing fancy, but they do have a front input for MP3 player, or any aux source.
I am unable to understand your problem clearly. Does it play 2 CDs and then stops reading the CDs or does it play only 2 specific Cds? If it plays some Cds and not others, then it is possible that the lens has to be replaced. But before that, try cleaning the lens. Use a good quality CD lens Cleaner CD.
all CD players should do this. Who installed the CD player? Because it sounds like the memory wire isn't hooked up right. Does the clock keep the right time? If not your memory wire isn't hooked up right.
Changer Error Codes
? E-00: Poor Cable connection.
? E-01: Magazine not properly set in changer.
? E-02: No Disc in magazine.
? E-03: CD does not have selected track number.
? E-04: Disc is dirty, upside down or unreadable.
? E-10: No data is recorded on the MD. The player plays the next disc automatically.
? E-99: Changer malfunction, disc may be caught in machine or changer requires service.
I suggest the lens needs a clean, or someone has dropped it and broken the delicate lens mech.