Question about Car Audio & Video
You can try the butter knife trick if holding the eject button down wont eject the disk.
Posted on May 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start by checking all of the fuses in your car if the radio is not even powering on. If this does not work your next step is to have the unit repaired or replaced at which point the cds can by removed by taking the unit apart. You can do this yourself or take it to a best buy and have it replace with an aftermarket unit which will be much better and a lot cheaper than going back to the dealer
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
SOURCE: when I put a casette
If it does this with all of the tapes your cassette player needs to be cleaned. there might be some dust in there that is stopping it from working correctly. You can blow it out using an air compressor (NOT ON FULL) just blow it gently out so nothing gets moved from the air.
You can also use keyboard cleaner from any computer store (it is just a can of compressed air) walmart and zellers also have this for you.
If it only does it on that tape stick a pen through the round hold and wind it all the way around to the other side this should loosen the tape a bit for the player to play that tape.
Posted on May 04, 2011
SOURCE: the in dash CD player
i know this may sound dumb but did you check the cd for scratches or fingerprints?
is this a cd that you burned from the computer? if so is it the correct type and in the correct format..
Sometimes when burning cd's on the computer depending on what software you are using if the bitrate is set to high (above 128Kbps) then the cd will not play on normal cd player
Also when burning cds on the computer the session must be closed completely before it can be played on a regular cd player
Try a brand new store bought type cd and see if it works if it still does not play then it is possible that the laser has somehow become "out of alignment" and that is too difficult to fix and better to be replaced
But by your description it sounds more like the cd is dirty or scratched
It is also possible that the stereo is wore out or malfunctioning
hope this info helps
Posted on May 20, 2011
Testimonial: "the feedback was fast, The disc was okay but the palyer hasn't been cleaned in a very long time. I'll try a different disc and run the cleaner too"
SOURCE: My Infinity 6 CD Player
Personally, if it were me, I would replace your indash changer with an aftermarket single disc player. Indash changers are notoriously unreliable and go bad very easily.
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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