I've been using the cd player for almost two years, and suddenly one day when I attempted to play a CD the display read "e-mecha." I have the deck pulled apart on my work bench, but I can't determine which part of the deck is causing the problem (i.e. mechanial, eletrical). Any help would be immensly appreciated.
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First try to turn it off and then on.
If that doasent work, turn it off for 10 mins and then turn it back on.
If the error continues, let me know.
By the way, to try to get your CD out, search for a hole (2 mms in diameter) It should be near the CD tray, but could be anywhere.
Once you locate the small hole, find a paper clip or smomething as pointy as it, and insert the paper clip in.
Press it had and the CD tray will come out.
Good luck and anything else you need let us know,
e-mecha appears to be nothing more than an interlock. hitting reset clears the interlock, but if the problem has not been fixed, then the interlock will trip again, preventing operation.
Determine why the radio goes into mechanical failure to begin with. Once fixed, the interlocks will be made and the radio will play.
There are a number of events that all have to complete sucessfully including feedback from sensors to maintain the e-mecha interlock. One of your sensors is not being made, either by a sensor problem or by a mechanical issue that prevents the sensor from tripping.