Question about Car Audio & Video
The unit is bad. Either a mechanical issue with the changer mechanism, or the laser inside the unit is not recognizing the CD's. You'll need to have the unit opened up by a stereo shop or service center and have all discs removed. Then, the unit needs to be tested after that. On rare occasions, disconnecting the constant power from the radio (either by unplugging it or disconnecting the negative battery terminal for 15 seconds) will cause the unit to reset and work properly.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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