removing a cd without power

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removing a cd without power

Postby themadness » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:49 am

is there any way to get a cd out of a jvc deck with out power? i really dont want to pull all the stuff to get the cd out.

i put the factory unit back in and forgot to take a cd out.

heres one for ya too. whoever installed the deck half assed it for real. the back speakers werent even playing which i didnt notice until the factory unit was in. and they broke to side pieces of the bracket to get it to fit. the factory stuff sounds way better! except of course the speakers are almost shot at higher volumes

an excuse for new speakers :Yahoo!:



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Re: removing a cd without power

Postby DTMAce » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:03 pm

Just hook up 12V to the old unit on the battery and negative connections. Hit the eject button. Problem solved. (or just wire the red and yellow to the positive the black to the negative, the unit should power up, then eject)

Old battery or a 12V adapter should do this fine. If you use an adapter, make sure it can deliver at least 1 amp or more.


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Re: removing a cd without power

Postby themadness » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:26 pm

what if there are no bare wires?



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Re: removing a cd without power

Postby heavywoody » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:37 pm

What did you do with the old connector the the JVC radio?


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Re: removing a cd without power

Postby DTMAce » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:46 pm

Use some alligator clips or something to clip onto the connector ends. You did keep the radio harness for your radio right?


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Re: removing a cd without power

Postby themadness » Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:23 pm

i still have it all. i just removed it today and replaced it with the factory



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Re: removing a cd without power

Postby scannerman » Wed Jan 04, 2012 5:17 pm

OH SNAP did you leave your nickelback cd in there? That sucks yo.


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Re: removing a cd without power

Postby themadness » Wed Jan 04, 2012 5:49 pm

scannerman wrote:OH SNAP did you leave your nickelback cd in there? That sucks yo.


really............................nickelback.......................really :evil:

all the crap you could pin on me and you pick nickelback

i dont know what to say

it was powerman 5000 thank you 8)




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