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Why would you have to eject and reinsert the CDs in an Audiovox CD changer many times before it operates?


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2011-09-13 17:25:46
2011-09-13 17:25:46

you may have dust or dirt on the lens of the CD player. This could make it have difficulty recognizing a disk

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If you have a multi-CD changer in your car, are you taking full advantage of it? Loading CDs into a car CD changer can seem complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. If you follow these simple steps, you’ll be able to make full use of your car’s CD player and CD changer in no time. • First, identify what kind of CD changer you have. Some car CD changers are located directly with the head unit in the dashboard, while others have a separate area where the CD changer is stored. This could be in the glove compartment, glove box, arm rest or even in the trunk area. Typically, factory installed CD changers will be part of the head unit or directly in the dashboard. After market CD changers are more likely to be located somewhere else in the vehicle. • Once you’ve identified where the CD changer is located, determine how to insert and remove CDs from it. In-dash CD changers will be operated from the head unit. CDs need to be loaded and unloaded one at a time, and the head unit will switch between CD slots as you do so. • If the CD changer is located outside of the dashboard, it may be the type of unit where you remove the entire module in which the CDs are stored. If this is the case, you can pull out the individual sleeves to change out all the CDs before reinserting the module into the CD player. • Finally, once you’ve loaded your car CD changer full of your favorite music, hit the road and enjoy your music without having to hassle with changing CDs after each individual disc is done. If you have a multi-disc CD changer in your car, you should definitely be taking advantage of it. If you follow this simple guide, you should be enjoying the benefits of your CD changer before your know it!


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