Question about Sony CDX-CA810X CD Player
Hello... I am sorry to hear you are having problems. You can manually reset the cd player. You can use a pencil or ink pen to press the small button to reset the unit. If you flip the face down it should be there on the actual unit. I should say "reset". This probably will not fix your problem. The other thing you should do is to remove the face and clean the contacts with a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol and see if that will remove any debris that may be hindering a good connection. Make sure the face is attached back onto the unit securely. If after doing this, it is still inoperable, then you will need to replace the unit. Unfortunately, at this point there would be no way to tell if it is the face or the unit itself that is bad, so complete replacement would be the best option. Sony has been good about keeping the same harnesses through many years, so it is possible that if you replace it, get another Sony and it will plug directly in and save you any install and parts costs. Hope this helped!! Good luck with your venture!!
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Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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