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KDC.716S Mech error issue

The other night my car completly shut off due to the battery cables losing connection. I got the connection back and when I started my car back up the stero will not eject a cd, the fm radio works but when I try to get the face to move at all with the open button or by turning it off it doesnt even turn. After pushing the eject button 3 times I got a mech error message. What do I do?

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  • scion12 Jun 07, 2008

    i tried to eject the cds a few times. I tryed loading another cd in another slot

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Try the tiny reset button on the front just below the volume down button.

Posted on May 22, 2007

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