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 CDC-X227 Won't Eject CD

I currently have a Aiwa CDC-X227 CD Player/Stereo in my vehicle. For a while, it would play CD's with no problems. Now, all of a sudden, it starts making this weird spinning sound almost constantly when the CD is playing, and/or it won't play the CD, and won't eject the CD. I have tried the reset the unit, disconnect the power, disconnect the negative terminal to the battery, etc. Nothing has helped. My first unit (which was returned), would not allow us to insert a CD into the unit. This is now the second unit that we have had. Our vehicle wiring and connections to the player are fine...they have been checked by an audio installation company. I always make sure the eject the CD before turning of the unit's power, and before turning off the ignition (I don't leave CD's in the player). Any suggestions?

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 Not surprised...

This is just something that happens with lower end inexpensive decks. Your Aiwa (actually Sony), is demonstrating the same characteristics my old Aiwa mini-system did. They just stop reading CD's whenever they feel like. Some say a CD cleaner will help, but I've found that they almost always need a laser realignment. Long story short... buy a new CD player unless it's under warranty. Bye! Travis

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