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How do I reset HU-850 CD player? - Car Audio & Video

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One thing about Volvo CD player/changers...they tend to not like burned CDs and even more, burned CDs with labels on them.

I'd suggest against trying to get it out yourself.

You can get it replaced and the dealership should have a form so you can get your CDs sent back.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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SOURCE: HOW DO I FIX A HU 850 CD PLAYER IN A VOLVO S60 2006 ERROR

You may just need to clean your device..
if that doesn't work...maybe you can ask a car radio installation company. Dealers will problem charge more.

Posted on Jan 28, 2015

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SOURCE: I need a Volvo HU-850 CD HEAD UNIT

possible scrap yard

check your nearest volvo scrap yard

Posted on Nov 05, 2016

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