I recently un-installed my Kenwood Dvd player from my car because it no longer feeds CDs into the player. When i go to the CD read option i can get it to feed in for a sec. but as soon as it goes in it "spits" the cd back out. Ive used multiple cds to make sure it wasnt a certain cd. Everything else works perfect still. The only problem is it wont feed anything, any suggestions?
I dont have a solution for your problem but i would like to suggest that if you dont find a solution to ur problem that u sell the brains to me at a reasonable price. I have the same unit but i have no brains for it and i would appreciate your help. if u decide to do so u can contact me at [email protected]. Thank you.
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Well the instruction manual will not have information on the wiring but i did include below a link to the instruction manual. Please give some more detail on what in the wiring do you need assistance with?
Mecha Error is a Mechanical Error. You can try to do a reset on the unit but in most cases this does not fix the issue but is free to try and sometimes can suprisingly fix these issue. This is pretty much going mean that the unit will need serviced as it can mean the laser is mis-aligned or is no longer working or can even mean something in the mechanics of the unit is jamed. You can go to http://www.kenwoodusa.com/support/simple.aspx?men=1&M2=38&M3=78 to look up a service center or call 1-800-kenwood to have them give you a service center to send the unit to.