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Old 12 Jun 2009, 07:16 pm
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Default 2006 acura tsx cd player problem?

i have a 6 cd changer in my car as well as a navigation system. my cd changer was full but my boyfriend thought it had 1 empty spot because he pushed on the load button and there is a green light blinking mean to put a cd in....so he put it in but after it went it, it won't play its stuck, can't eject or anything because there really wasn't an empty slot in it. so im guessing 1 slot has 2 cd in it and its stuck. since then my navigation radio is going whack......changing stations like 10 times before it actually stays on one.....how can i get the cd out? do i have to bring it into acura, which i rreally don't want to cuz i dont have money to pay for it....anything I can do?mines with a navi also, i read the manual and it says its under warranty if i don't go pass 40,000 miles which is wayyyy passed
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Old 12 Jun 2009, 07:31 pm
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You could probably just disassemble it yourself, or your boyfriend, if either are you like to do things yourself. It would save a lot of money instead of bringing it into the dealer.
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Old 12 Jun 2009, 07:46 pm
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Umm I own the same car, but its an 07 model with a navi. Honestly have an Acura dealer check it out, it might be under warranty you never know? If not find a small car audio shop and ask them if they could take a look at it and fix it, maybe 2/3 cheaper than the Acura Dealer.
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Old 12 Jun 2009, 08:01 pm
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Acura warranty is 4 years/ 50,000 miles. If the cd player was full it would not allow you to insert another cd unless you forcefully jam the cd and even then its highly improbable. Chances are its a faulty cd player assy. Acura cannot disassemble the players and have to be sent out to the factory for diagnosis. You can try pulling out the fuse for the radio or disconnecting the battery (for about 5 minutes) and sometimes it will reset the unit and spit out the cds. If all else fails and want to try a last resort, try fishing out the cd through the slot with a mini pocket screw driver and hook. You may damage the cd but its worth a shot. Good luck.
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make your boyfriend buy a new one because the same happened to mine i take it to the dealer to see whats wrong it was broken
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