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Re: My CD is stuck in my CD player
Some CD/DVD units have a manual opening mechanism, it looks like a small hole on the front of the unit, try using a needle or a metal rod that fits by inserting it into the hole and pushing it should open the unit in case it got stuck somehow.
If afterwards it continues to work then all's good else you'll have to bring it to a workshop.
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I would try unhooking the battery, wait a couple minutes, then reconnecting the battery. There may be a fault in the on/off switch. This should turn the radio off. Then take it to the dealer for repair. If the radio comes back on after unhooking the battery, then unhook the battery until you can take it to a dealership. The other solution, would be to look in the owners manual and find the fuse to the radio and pull it, but this may disable something else that is on the circuit.
I just had SAMs Club install a new battery and my CD player is not working. The radio is find.. CD reads "Check Player" The Ford dealer wants $150 just to diagnose the problem. Would unhooking the battery and rehooking it straighten this out too?
Disconnect the fuse for the radio. This is cause the radio to reboot. You do not need to mess with the battery. After replacing the fuse, or removing, it, and putting it back in, you can proceed to try to remove the CD. I used a pair of tweezers.I actually jammed two CDs into the player. Hope this helps.
the only thing i can sagest is that you leave the battery disconnected over night this may reset the cd player and it may
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Recognise that it has cds in it the only other thing i can think of is that when it says enter single disk only that you do so to a point don't let it go all the way in this may make the cd player think there is a disk in there hope this helps ricko
I have observed this situation several times.
What I do to rectify this condition is to remove the radio from the dash, unplug both of the wiring harness connectors at the rear of the radio, and then plug them back in. This "resets" the CD player; but, I have found that just removing the fuses does not "reset" the CD. This should help you out.
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