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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 6th December 2005 Thread Starter
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New member here. i have a problem!!

After many problems with my carbasse audtorium tronic 6 cd changer on my 53 Initiale has now jammed with 6 cds in it!

i get an error message saying "error cd1" and nothing will play or eject. dealer doesnt seem to want to know saying its a "specialist" problem.

any suggestions would be appreciated

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 6th December 2005
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Isn't your car is still under warranty ?

It's the dealers responsibilty to ensure your happyness + that should include the cd changer ?

What are the other problems you have had with the stereo ?

If it were me I would be jumping up and down and screaming for attention to sort the problem out before I considered tampering with the cd changer.
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There is Renault technical note that will tell your dealer exactly how to remove the "stuck" CD's and then they can send the Player off for repair.. Tell them to search on Dialogys..

Jesus, why are some dealers total *******!!

Rant over.. Sorry..

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Thanks for your replies
Beleive me i have jumped and screamed since ive had the car! its on a Company lease scheme so all repairs are covered (in theory)

origional problem was awful medium wave reception and as a talk sport/five live nut that was a nightmare.

that seemed to get fixed by a replacement radio (although still not convinced they replaced it but thats another story! ) now i get god awful FM reception which is not down to location.

anyone have any ideas whats in the technical note re ejecting my CDS, i really want the ones in there out ASAP prior to it being sent away.

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I know it's not much help, but for donkey's years I've been 'backing up' my original CDs to CD-R and only using the copies, both around the home and in the car.

Mine's a company car, and the only way to get the insurance premiums down to anything like sensible is for the idea of contents cover to go out of the window. So the vehicle is insured, but anything inside it gets to take its chances. If I end up having original CDs stolen, I get to replace them out of my own pocket.

But the other bonuses are:
1) You always know where your original CDs are (I keep them in a box upstairs)
2) If discs get lost, scratched or damaged, you just run off another copy
3) The silly 'copy protected' ones will actually play in the Clio's stereo - well the copies will anyway (so much for the protection eh?)
4) If your CD player ever jams up with discs inside it, it's no big deal if you can't get them out.

Blank CD media costs buttons these days. It's a bit of a task trying to copy your whole collection if you have a few hundred discs, but you can start by just doing the ones you listen to most often.
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