I had a Pioneer 6 CD changer in my Sport Trac that began refusing to eject CD's. I could see the CD in the slot, but it was not reachable. I would slide an Index Card or similar stiff piece of paper between the top of the CD and the Changer. Usually, it would eject immediately. A few times I had to let it load and try to eject the CD again before it would work. I have NO idea why this worked...or even how/why I thought of it.
In my experience a dealer can remove the cds from the player. Through my work in the automotive industry I have found that most dealers do not remove the cds that are stuck inside the units at the shop. They are sent to the factory and then removed. Usually they are sent back to the dealer and then returned to the customer. Yes, for $275.00
Without seeing it? Right. Try a local mobile audio repair shop? The price will be more doable than a dealer by far (though you may find that replacing it is still more cost effective in the long run). This is not a specific enough question to answer, unless we are expected to do certified training tutorials here. I prefer NOT to do such walkthroughs, since it is a safety hazard (at a minimum) and I do not know anyone's skill levels but my own.
Disconnect the battery and reconnect it. This will reset it and often the radio will spit out the cd. This works on aftermarket and often factory radios. Or if it has a reset button, push it.
Not an answer but...I have been told that CD changers (at least those in Ford vehicles) have a habit of jamming when you load homemade CDs in them. Apparently, the blank CDs you can buy are slightly thicker than pre-recorded music CDs. If you buy a blank CD and go on your computer and copy all your favorite songs to it, that CD doesn't get any thinner. And, apparently, the CD changers in Ford vehicles are built with a minimum of extra space, so there's not enough clearance for even an extra 1/64 of an inch.
So, this is not an answer to the question about unjamming the CD changer. But it might help you avoid jams in the first place. Also, it might be the case that certain brands of blank CDs are thicker than others, and some are no thicker than the pre-recorded CDs. So, you may be able to use home-made CDs after all, if you can find a brand that is thin enough.
How do I unjam a Harmon Karden CD Player Model #FL 8380? Need help in Old Lyme, CT kick it
You can change the language settings for your Ð CD player on your 1997 Mitsubishi automobile by going to the menu settings. In the menu settings go to the language setting. In the language setting you can choose the desired language.
Yes, but they are very expensive. (Typical Price can be around $999)
1. (Recommended) Most CD players have a very tiny hole in the front plate. You may need to get on eye-level with the CD player to see the hole, or rub your finger gently across the front of the player until you can find it. Then, use a straightened paper clip to push (gently!) into that hole to release and open the CD player's drawer.2. (Possible) I used the blade end of a plastic knife to unjam the CD and then it ejected.If the door opens but the CD is stuck in the tray:Try to pry it out with another CD. - it worked for me.
if the slot to the CD's is open, look inside it and see if you can see the CD. if so, take something and poke it back into a slot, then eject it. this happened to me and that worked for me twice. its like the CD is in between ejected and going in and is just stuck. poke at it. it should work!
If the CD Player will not read the CD then either there is something wrong with the CD or the CD player or the CD or CD player needs to be cleaned.
What indash DVD player play videos off a thumbdrive
It means there is no disk in the CD player.
disconnect the orange wire don't need it that should fix it
Some printers have pull out trays in the back, where you can easily unjam the paper.
The 2001 Mercury Sable does come with a CD player. If the car does not have a CD player in it, an install kit can be purchased to install a CD player.
Yea mate, is meant to connect to your handbrake usually but just join it to your earth wire.
cd walkman / portable cd player
Remove the decorative cover from your 2003 Lincoln Navigator CD player. Remove the CD player retaining screws. Slide the CD player out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the CD player.
a cd player is designed to hold and play only 1 cd at a time where a cd changer can hold multiple cds and will let you select which cd to play. you will have to remember which cd is in which place in the player
Remove the cd player decorative cover. Remove the cd player retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the cd player.
yes every DVD player can read CD ... therefore you can watch cd on a DVD player
My cd player do not work. The tape will not take the cd. I would have to force the cd inside the cd. How can i fix this problem?
A DVD can not be used in a CD Player, but a CD can be used in a DVD Player.
There is an answer to it if you transfer it to something windows Media player you can rip the CD
No, But you can play a CD in a DVD player.
cd player is a concrete noun.
Remove the cover from your 2003 Kia CD player. Remove the CD player retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the CD player.
A CD player cannot play mp3 files. However, mp3 music can be burned onto a CD-R and played on a CD player.