Eclipse CD1200 Car CD/ MP3 Player "clip manual" Questions

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manual eject, see the small hole that only a paper clip can fit? use a paper clip and insert it to the hole and it will eject the cd. hopefully next time you eject it it goes back to normal. hope this

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...clip or similar stiff wire to briefly press the switch. Here's the link to the manual. The reset button location is shown on page 3. ...

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Question about Sony Car Audio & Video

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...from the battery. If you have a test light, you should be able to find both at the fuse box. Just clip the alligator clip to the frame somewhere or to the edge of the cigarette lighter and probe

Question about JVC Car Audio & Video

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removable face, there should be a pin hole under the face. Remove the face and use a straight paper clip to manually eject the disk

Question about Sony Car Audio & Video

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...manual reset that is used as a catch all remedy to handle symptoms of an unspecified origin. It's located on the front of the unit, behind the front panel, directly behind the "ATT" button. Get a ...

Question about JVC Car Audio & Video

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...clip to lift the CD slightly so it can exit the CD player easier. Method #3: Remove the Chassis ( Very Risky and Can Damage your CD Receiver and render it useless. Only attempt if you are a stereo ...

Question about Sony Car Audio & Video

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manual. Most of these units have a reset button for just these types of issues. The reset button is usually behind a tiny hole that you need to insert a paper clip into. You can also try disconnecting

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clip etc. I can't seem to figure out how to install my Pioneer DEH-P5900IB deck properly. I have power etc. but no sound etc. Where can I find a proper diagram? Or can you tell me what wires are what?

Question about Car Audio & Video

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...clip. This is the reset button, and pressing it will turn off the protect mode. If it keeps coming back, there may be a wiring problem, or the head unit may be defective. ...

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