thanks a lotoutpost4 said:The plastic trim bezel that covers the radio just snaps out. There are a couple of small intents on the lower part of it, just above the heater/AC controls, big enough for a screwdriver blade. Wrapping the blade in cloth, put it in those slots and twist. The bottom of the bracket comes out. The top part of the bezel just pulls straight out. It will come unsnapped. Trust me. From there, it is 4 obvious screws that hold in the radio.
You're in that unenviable position, a no man's land of getting the unit fixed or just replacing it.B Mac said:Well, I got the unit out but there's no way to get at the disc itself that I can find.
yeah, i also scratched the cover plate, so i'm bummed about that.... I don't mind replacing it, but i want to keep the auxillary jack ability. i appreciate you looking for a shop. that's above and beyond.outpost4 said:You're in that unenviable position, a no man's land of getting the unit fixed or just replacing it.
I'm checking right now to see if I can find a repair shop for you other than the dealer. I'll let you know Wednesday. I'll also find out how much they charge.
Bummer...:| Send a PM to Outpost4; he may have a trick...Cappucino said:I pulled into my driveway yesterday afternoon, and attempted to eject a cd from my cd player, and all I heard were a bunch of clicking noises, like the eject mechanism was trying to eject, but nothing came out.
I pulled the faceplate off, and hit the little reset button with a toothpick, put the faceplate back on, and still nothing.
Anyone have any ideas? Or is this cd player as good as gone?
I have a Clarion DB355 head unit.