When i put a cd into the cd slot, i dont feel the player accepting the cd to be loaded for playing music or video. I am afraid if i push the cd all the way in the player it will get stuck in there and be impossible to remove. It is possible that the loading system is broken???
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It is possible your dvd mechanism or drive has failed. please remove the player carefully , open the top and check from the point of transit to the slot for the head spindle. check for any dirt/dust/ particles stuck around to prevent smooth transport. look for the loading motor mechanism, drive for friction. correct settings. However is all the mechanism seems in order, then you will have to check on the motor drive, check for signals fromt the processsor to confirm failure of the drive- see if +B is coming to the drive. If not replace. Once the cd goes in , it should land on the spindle and start reading. Helpful.? Good day
You cant get it to play your iPod with the USB connection. The only way to get it to play an iPod is if you hook up the AUX connection located in the back of the unit. get yourself a red/white to 3.5mm cable (3 ft should do) and run it through your dash into a location that will be convienent to put your iPod. The only other way to play an iPod is if it is one of the newer touch models that has Bluetooth. Then you can use the A2DP connection to play it wirelessly.
In short, the USB is only for charging your iPod, or playing music on flashdrives.
You are connecting it to a car DVD player, but how many types of music format is it capable of playing? It should be in the Manual, however it will be able to play mp3. *.flac, *.wmv, *.wav, *.cda. But how ere you going to power your external hard disk? If it has provision for use of 12V DC voltage, same as that of the car. After its powered, only then will it work, but the USB connector will provide the output into the DVD players USB slot(just like attaching a flas drive like pen drive which uses the USB slot for power too....sodeep
there is a safety brake wire that needs to be hooked up. If it was installed professionally, have them explain it to you.There is not supposed to be any video players in view of the driver while in motion. Stop your car and put on the parking brake. If you installed it yourself, you probably didnt hook up the wire. Look inthe install manual for DVD safety wire.
The eject button is the load button on our 2005, maybe the same for you. Just hold it in for a few seconds and it should spit out your cd. You should be able to lightly put the cd up to the insert space and it should take your cd. If your cd player holds multiple cds then perhaps there are some in there that have not been ejected. Hope this works for you.
The player thiinks the CD is still in the player. you have a shorted or open sensor. Usually thee players have 3 phto sensors to tell the controller that a Disc is inserted , or ejected or present. Sometimes a wire or piece of lint covers a sensor and makes the controller think the CD is still there. Get you a can of Air from Radio Shack and blow out the DVD drive You might get lucky and this do the job.