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Today I went to eject a CD and it would not eject. It kept saying CD Error. Now, it will not play at all. Is it toast?
 

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Disconnect you battery for 30 min, reconnect, enjoy:cool:

If that doesn't work it's pretty much toast...
 

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i'm guessing it's a Mach 460 head unit? those things are infamous for swallowing burned cd's. i've never had a problem with regular store bought cd's, but i've had issues with burned cd's...
 

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i'm guessing it's a Mach 460 head unit? those things are infamous for swallowing burned cd's. i've never had a problem with regular store bought cd's, but i've had issues with burned cd's...
How did you fix it?
 

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How did you fix it?
mine did it as well, usually had to take a butter knife and pry the cd up while hitting eject to get it to come out. i took mine out and replaced it with a Pioneer aftermarket....problem solved, plus better sound..

Mach460=Worthless POS.
 

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Yea the stock 460 unit loves to eat those Burnt CD's. try the battery disconnect, it worked for me.
 

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i usually just take another cd and guide it out when it happens, only happens sometimes with certain cd-r brands for me.
 
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