I first noticed this while playing a CDR. My CD player had been working fine when all of a sudden, the sound stopped and the screen showed the sound waves as if music was still playing, but then it said "Error" and, when I released the front cover, the player popped the disc out.
I tried later with a regular CD and seem to randomly have the same thing. The CD will play fine for a while, then all of a sudden, the deck will behave the same.
Is it a matter of cleaning the player with a lens cleaner? The CDs themselves are clean.
Re: random stopping while playing CD > error message
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.
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Hello If a disc has been put in the slot of the disc in play, Remove the disc, whose number is displayed, and press stop button. Because of light or noise, the changer has detected a disc in the lot of the disc being played, even though it is empty. Check whether there is a disc in the displayed slot. With front panel closed, hold down "STOP " button for atl least four seconds or more.
There is obvioulsy and incompatability problem with the type of CDR that the cd's are and your head unit, Try making a backup copy of the CD's and try them in the player. This should resolve your problem
are they Burned or copied CD's? CDR, CDRW? cause if they are some radios will not read them and give error messages. if not try using a lazer lens cleaner CD, they sell them at most music stores, you may have lint or dust on the CD lens with summer weather, and pollen in the air and dust, CD player lenses take a beating, so get a WET lazer lens CD cleaner, and that should help fix the problem
The player doesn't like the brand of CDR your playing. Try using just a
CD burner instead of a combo CD/DVD burner.
Also use Verbatim Pastel brand, because the player recognizes these
discs easier. Also, it wouldn't hurt for you to run a commercial disc
laser cleaner through this thing to clean the optical lens. Burn music
using Nero software because its
easy and the best.
well. i had the exact same problem but i unpluged it pluged it back in, same prob hello screen so how i fixed my problem i punched it an it shut off an went on standby an worked ever since..4 any of you with anger probs like me it mite work atleast it did for me lol