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Old 01-19-2005, 08:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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my CD changer does not work anymore, don't understand why

the display in the car says: "NO DISCS" although the changer is filled with 6 CD's

i did not change anything or even touch the changer

removing the CD's and putting them back does not help

any idea?

the changer is located in the trunk of the car

thanks for your help !

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Old 01-19-2005, 10:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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try disconnecting the din cable plugged into the cd changer. WIth the car off, disconnect, let sit for a minute, then reconnect. It's kinda of a reset, or reboot if you will. That should do you for a while, but it sounds as though your changer is dying a slow death. Happens.
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try disconnecting the din cable plugged into the cd changer. WIth the car off, disconnect, let sit for a minute, then reconnect. It's kinda of a reset, or reboot if you will. That should do you for a while, but it sounds as though your changer is dying a slow death. Happens.
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thanks, i will try it

is a slow death after 5 years of very limited usage normal/acceptable?

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