This is really hard to describe, but one day when ejecting the cd changer, it turned all weird. The changer keeps changing cds, making weird noises. I open it, and it tries to spin to show me the cds, but has trouble, and i can here the motor running but no turning unless i give it a push spin. After that, it doesn't close, and its all weird, it constantly tries to spin after taking the plug out and putting it back in. It seems like maybe something is off the track in the cd changer. Any ideas on how to fix it? Is it recommended that I open it up and give it a try?
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I suspect that your 6 cd changer is having the fault. The error indicates always a system malfunctioning. From our point of view we can probe into for a solution by the following guidelines.
first of all open the 6 Cd changer from the top. look within to find that the changer is jammed inside. If so slowly tapp while you switch on the power. if the jamm clears and the changer ejects, then open out all the cd's present in the changer for any damage due to heat. If this did not solve, clowing chek for foreign particles/dust that has blocked the loading drive.from completing the cycle so as to reset the mode. normally all errors show because of the processor not receiving the complete cycle signals. hence check for all the moving parts, the drives and the loading mechanism. check also for any linkage damge, any leadd specially flexible line wiring to the motors for an open circuit. Slowly turn the motor drive to intiate to confirm if the motor has failed. Altogether use a multimeter and check in all the sections described.
I hope this helps. Good day.
if you push the eject cd magazine button on the changer does it sound like it's trying to eject it? if it doesn't you'll need to replace the changer. if it does, then you've got a stuck cd magazine tray. it sounds weird, but when i was working on land rovers this happened all the time on the full size range rovers. what we did was push the magazine eject button on the changer to eject the cd magazine and sort of slap the changer around a bit. 90% of the time it worked. the other times, we'd go in with a 90 degree pick and try to push the stuck cd tray back into the magazine (while it was still in the changer) while pushing the eject magazine button on the changer. and you'll need to replace the cd magazine. if it happens again, you'll need to replace the entire changer.
good day, you may want to do it manually if its jammed, you may find a pinhole on it and u can use a paperclip, insert it in the hole and it will open. hopefully it wont jam again. hope this helps, have a nice day
I am waiting for a reply from the Authorised Blaupunkt Service Agent for a solution to this problem & shall let you know when it is solved. As per my telcon with him it is an alignment problem of the Cartridge carrier, but he will have to look at the Unit later, when he is free.
I have a 2002 Ford explorer and a 6 disc cd changer, all slots are full, no CD's will eject or play. I just took my car to a local body shop, they went under the hood, disconnected my battery, plugged it back up and my CD's came out when I pushed the eject button
in order to repair CD changer you have to be equiped with special tools and knowledge. This repair is only possibble in Authorized Sony Service or at the shop with best references for this kind of job.