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Try disconnecting your battery and reconnecting it. This can reset any issues within cd player. Unless you have something jammed in your cd player, then try using another cd to partially insert into the player and when you hear the motor trying to pull cd in, remove it slowly. Sometimes if there is another cd jammed, it will release this way. WARNING! You may need a security code to enter into the cd player after reconnecting your battery. Make sure you check your cd player manual before disconnecting your battery. Good luck.
Honestly I wouldn't even bother going through the trouble and hassle of trying to "tinker" on the system to make it live again. Once these suffer a malfunction like this they're for the most part dead.
good day. well if some kinda stuck you should open it manually. you can find a little hole on the cd changer just use a paperclip then insert it to the hole it will be open manually. and hope that it will not trip right after you put the cds again. hope this helps
I have an 07 honda odyssey EX-L with a 6 disc CDchanger. It currently has 4 CD's inside. None of them will play. Theradion and DVD work fine but I cannot even choose to play the CDs. They will not load nor eject.
Clean the lens. Use only a special CD lens cleaner and follow the instructions carefully. If that seems intact, (and you feel comfortable doing it) check the traverse assembly (the metal rod that the laser travels along
and the gear that drives it) if CDs aren't recognized or won't play,
frequent skipping occurs at random, CDs randomly get stuck in one spot,
the player can't find tracks correctly, or cleaning the lens doesn't
work. Dust and lint may be interrupting its function.
If that doesn't work then have the laser-head assembly checked by a repair person if the traverse
assembly seems intact and free of debris.