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To remove a CD from a changer that does not respond to the eject button: Look to see if there is a tiny round hole near the eject button. It will be as small or smaller than the diameter of a paperclip. If you see it then that is the CD release. You will need to find a piece of very stiff wire that fits comfortably in that hole. After you insert the wire you will feel it land against something hard in maybe about 1/2 inch. Gently press the wire and hope that there is compression of the switch which will open the CD Changer.
You have a mechanism failure on the changer which is preventing the mode of the function to return to the normal state. Hence the processor is giving out the error signal. First of all open the changer and ceck for mechanism damage. if not slowl try to rotate the load motor to return to the normal state and eject. now check the connections to the motor, the flexible line wiring may be defective. use a loop wire or test the continuity from the motor. if there is a rest switch use it for resetting, if not disconnect poweer nd power again. Some cd'smay be warped or damaged and causing to block the sensitive transport. remove of these cd's and testt again. if there is no motr drive at all then the IC of the motor drive has failed. clean and set back. hope this helps you. 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.
sounds like the tray inside was misaligned when the cd went in. and it probally sent the disc into a occupied slot. you will have to remove radio and disassemble to repair. also try just unpluging radio and plug back in. sometimes it resets the radio and will start ejecting the cds
Inspect the tray or door to see if there is a very small hole in it.
If so, this is an 'emergency' ejection hole and a standard paper clip, unfolded, can be inserted there to manually eject the tray.
This is a real common problem caused by the slippage of a clutch mechanism that is supposed to protect the tray mechanics from being damaged if the tray is somehow impeded during its travel.
It must be tougher than rocket science to properly design this feature -
Hi, I have a Panasonic SA-ak25 system. I played one cd then inserted a second. When the second cd had finished it ejected but the first cd is still in the player, When i try to eject it the lights start to flash and it always stops on no (4) can anybody help. Bob.