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You can tell if this is the problem by looking at the carriers to see if they are straight.

It is quite hard to make sure it is properly aligned. I removed the power cord from the back of the changer, and let it reboot. Aftermarket Products Air Intakes, Air Filters & Ram Air Audio & Video Systems, Navigation, Satellite Radio & Mobile Electronics Ford In-Vehicle Tech Toyota Highlander Cd Player Error 3 I measured the current consumption while doing this and found that the motor was apparently struggling to move a metal tray downwards.

Judged: 7 6 Reply » Report Abuse Judge it! If they're going to make £290 out of me they might as well have a decent fault to fix! Aligning is another headache...:-( Dave October 2005 If this is the error I think it is, you can fix it yourself, but the question is whether it stays fixed! http://a1computer.org/cd-player/ford-cd-error-fix.php Remember meLog InCancelBy signing up or using the Techwalla services you agree to the Techwalla Terms of Use and Privacy PolicySign UpLog InCreate an account and join the conversation!

it ejected 2 discs which must have been jammed (although it said no discs were inside) it now loads and works fine! You don't need to detach springs on either side. 4.7 There will be enough clearance to carefully remove each CD out through top / front. 4.8 Replace coppers screws 4.9 Replace It lasts for about 30 seconds and then clears up. please help ASAP.

Thank you very much to all One of the hilariously translated answers gave one clue with regard to the size of the disks, or was it the width of the groove? Don't show me this message again today.