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Old 02 Jan 2005, 05:25 pm   #1 (permalink)
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A CD is stuck in the JBL single disk CD player in my 2002 Camry, LX. Anyone
know how to get it removed or instructions on how to remove the entire unit?
Any other options would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Mike


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Old 02 Jan 2005, 08:54 pm   #2 (permalink)
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>A CD is stuck in the JBL single disk CD player in my 2002 Camry, LX.
>Anyone know how to get it removed or instructions on how to remove the
>entire unit? Any other options would be appreciated.


Try disconnecting the battery for about two minutes. When you reconnect it,
the CD player should automatically eject.

Steve


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Old 02 Jan 2005, 08:58 pm   #3 (permalink)
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>A CD is stuck in the JBL single disk CD player in my 2002 Camry, LX. Anyone
>know how to get it removed or instructions on how to remove the entire unit?
>Any other options would be appreciated.
>

Mike
As Long as there's no theft code in the radio , the reply from
Steve B should work. If there's a code, make sure you know it before
you disconnect the power. It shouldn't matter, but sometimes this does
occur in battery replacement situations, so It's just good to think
ahead.

Also, I should note to you, that, If you are making your own cd's at
home and using them in the car, they should not have the homemade
Adhesive lables on them. These lables are the number one reason I make
money as a Audio system repair guy.



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Old 03 Jan 2005, 12:21 am   #4 (permalink)
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On Mon, 03 Jan 2005 02:54:31 GMT, "Steve B" <netuser49@hotmail.com>
wrote:

>>A CD is stuck in the JBL single disk CD player in my 2002 Camry, LX.
>>Anyone know how to get it removed or instructions on how to remove the
>>entire unit? Any other options would be appreciated.

>
>Try disconnecting the battery for about two minutes. When you reconnect it,
>the CD player should automatically eject.
>
>Steve
>

I think pulling the radio fuse will do the same trick. That way, you
don't have to reset your clock.

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Old 03 Jan 2005, 01:06 pm   #5 (permalink)
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Steve, Viper, & Muadib:

Thanks for the information. I first removed the fuse and replaced it after
2 minutes. The panel shows the CD but no action. No noise or any other
action that indicated that the player was trying to eject or restart. Based
on Muadib's warning about the theft code, I'll check with dealer to make
sure I will not have any problem when I disconnect the battery. I'll report
back the results.

The CD is an original that my daughter purchased at BestBuy, so there should
not be a problem with it. She had been playing it before the CD player
froze.

Mike

"MUADIBŪ" <SSTERRELL2YOURPANTIES@verizon.net> wrote in message
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> >A CD is stuck in the JBL single disk CD player in my 2002 Camry, LX.
> >Anyone
>>know how to get it removed or instructions on how to remove the entire
>>unit?
>>Any other options would be appreciated.
>>

> Mike
> As Long as there's no theft code in the radio , the reply from
> Steve B should work. If there's a code, make sure you know it before
> you disconnect the power. It shouldn't matter, but sometimes this does
> occur in battery replacement situations, so It's just good to think
> ahead.
>
> Also, I should note to you, that, If you are making your own cd's at
> home and using them in the car, they should not have the homemade
> Adhesive lables on them. These lables are the number one reason I make
> money as a Audio system repair guy.
>
>
>
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> MUADIBŪ
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Old 03 Jan 2005, 08:03 pm   #6 (permalink)
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>Steve, Viper, & Muadib:
>
>Thanks for the information. I first removed the fuse and replaced it after
>2 minutes. The panel shows the CD but no action. No noise or any other
>action that indicated that the player was trying to eject or restart. Based
>on Muadib's warning about the theft code, I'll check with dealer to make
>sure I will not have any problem when I disconnect the battery. I'll report
>back the results.
>
>The CD is an original that my daughter purchased at BestBuy, so there should
>not be a problem with it. She had been playing it before the CD player
>froze.
>
>Mike


Definitely look closer to your owners manual and see if there is
maybe another fuse on the panel that is related to the radio. It is
possible that you pulled what would be deemed "ignition power"
when you will also need to remove the Battery + power, which is also
fused in the car somewhere...........but still check with the dealer
for Code info first.
There are sometimes a few more fuses involved in the higher end model
audio systems.So, to put it bluntly, remove ALL fuse that are marked
Audio or Radio. I am not super familiar with later model Camry JBL
system, but earlier systems always seemed to be powered from
everywhere.

( This is also why pulling the battery cable is easier, No need to
figure out how many or which fuses)




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