My system worked fine untill one day it suddenly stopped playing CDs. I had some kids over at my house, may be they goofed up something. The message which flashes up on the display is - READING CD. Any idea what might be wrong ?
The tape plays fine.
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Put the player On for few hours or overnight. Now remove the panel and get access to the optical head unit, use a clean ear bud to polish the optical head. If not the optical head is weak and must be replaced.
Unplug the system. Turn the entire unit upside down. The CDs will eject. After I tried this (found it online somewhere), it worked fine for about 2 months. Now it suddenly turns on by itself and ejects CDs (creepy). But at least the original problem was solved.
Call Bose and they will send you an update CD to update the firmware of the CD/DVD player. I had a problem where a few of my new movies would not play at all. They sent me an update, no more issues. If you're a registered owner, they will send update CDs frequently, be sure you're registered as well.
Just replace the drive - the Teac CD-224E is housed in the SelectBay housing and any Teac CD-224E that came out of Toshiba will do. eBay would be your best bet. If you pay more than $10 then you must be a tourist...
yes yes yes clean it if that dont work i would just say "sorry" go with a diffrent brand player. cuz my dad has had 3 or 4 of them and i had 2 of them and they never lasted of held up. they have all fried to easy. i dont trust sony car equipment.