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Old 07-09-2006, 09:30 PM   #1
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Never ever used it, I tried it the other day and couldnt get it to work, not really a CD person but was wondering if I have to do something to get it to work as it will say something like to"check it ' or something.Those same cd * work ok in the front factory stereo.
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Check to make sure the CD'* are being placed in the factory Magazine properly. You may have to put the label down in the magazine rather than up as in most cases.
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Check to make sure the CD'* are being placed in the factory Magazine properly. You may have to put the label down in the magazine rather than up as in most cases.
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The magazine should say which way the disc'* go.
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Ok ILL check again.thanks
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The magazine should say which way the disc'* go.

Our conversation the other day about yours led me to post . Come to think of it, I almost did the same to my CD changer, but its aftermarket and the same thing, they have to go in a certain way. I forget which, since loading the magazine up, but they work and thats all I need to know
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