Question about Car Audio & Video
When shuffling from one CD to another or trying to eject a CD, the mechanism frequently jams and the error message pops up. Sometimes a credit card gently slid over the top of the CD when the slot opens up will allow it to eject; other times not.
1) First, put the unit into shipping mode by turning the radio on, press and hold the "SCAN" button and preset 1 until the display reads "PLEASE WAIT".... this should last for about two seconds after which the display should read "IN SHIPPING MODE" for three seconds.
2) Remove the front trim (after disconnecting battery!) by gently prying from the edges with a wide blade, such as a putty knife. Then remove the two screws under the radio & remove radio.
3) Remove two large screws on the upper side of the radio to release the CD changer. Carefully (watch the delicate wires) prop the changer above the radio, and remove the changer cover, giving you access to the mechanism and any CD's held hostage.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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