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Old 09-11-2004, 06:17 PM   #1
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When I put a cd in it says error and spits it back out. I figured it needs to be cleaned because it'* so old but it wont even read the clean disc. Has anybody else had problems with their player and fixed it? I was thinking about ripping it out and taking it apart and cleaning the inside. I just want music now, later on I'm going to get a new cd player to replace the stock but it will be awhile. Also has anybody ever had problems with their volume button sticking?
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So basically I would have to find another one. That'* too much trouble for a stock cd player. I just save up $200 and get a Alpine for it. I plan on buying all Alpine for it anyway. I'm going on a trip this week to check out how Bonne is on the highway. The radio is annoying plus I can't get the voulume to work. I wish it had a tape deck in it now.
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You got the opposite problem I do, my CD player won't play a CD except for when the moon is right, wind is in a certain directions, and the stars are in a certain alignment.....And it don't matter whether it plays the CD or not, it still won't eject it. Any thoughts on that?
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The CD player that I exchanged works great. I just like the look of the stock CD player in the dash.
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The CD player that I exchanged works great. I just like the look of the stock CD player in the dash.
Your trying to tell me you rather have a stock player than a dope *** alpin deck or something else
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well for some people they perfer the stock look of the Pontiac radio, and they do not want to build a system. Others on the other hand like all the extra features that aftermarket decks provide. one drawback, there are only select few that make their headunits with a red back light............unless you make your headunit red like me
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well for some people they perfer the stock look of the Pontiac radio, and they do not want to build a system. Others on the other hand like all the extra features that aftermarket decks provide. one drawback, there are only select few that make their headunits with a red back light............unless you make your headunit red like me
Yea I understand the red background. The higher model alpine'* have an option where you can change the color of your deck and it does have red.
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The CD player that I exchanged works great. I just like the look of the stock CD player in the dash.
Your trying to tell me you rather have a stock player than a dope A$$ alpin deck or something else
Affirmative.
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