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Well this is the error i get when i try to use my CD player.

a few nights ago i was sitting in my truck i had the key all the way turned back so i could listen to my cd then i was ready to go so i turn my truck on and all is fine until i realize that my cd player is not working. I cant even get it to eject the CD anymore the radio works but not the CD. so anyone know how to fix this or am i going to need a new cd player?


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P.s i typed this up kinda fast b/c i have to go to work in a few min so sorry if this doesn't make much sense
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hire a new one?
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LOL

Check the connector in the back of the head unit. Also I'm not sure if the changer unit has a fuse on it like an amp but check for one and if it has one then check if its blown.
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Just thinking of what DJ could stand for... maybe disk jam? That would explain why the cd player isn't working.
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My car used to say "NO DJ" and it had no CD player. Buy a new one then rip that one open to get the CD back
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Maybe it stands for Dirty Jobs. You should get Mike Rowe to come and clean it out.

Or...It hates you and stands for Dumb Jerk
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Just thinking of what DJ could stand for... maybe disk jam? That would explain why the cd player isn't working.
i was thinking the same thing, disk jam, take it apart and push the cd out, then see it it works.

i think theres a cover on the radio that comes off, idk.
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DJ = Disk Jam well that sounds good but it contradicts its self b/c the error says "No DJ" lol
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check the owners manual, it should have info about the radio.
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DJ = Disk Jam well that sounds good but it contradicts its self b/c the error says "No DJ" lol
Ha, I was just looking at the picture... Damn playboy magazine for making me forget how to read.
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Maybe it's not really an error message.

I have a factory remote 6-disc changer connected to my factory Explorer HU. Normally, pressing the CD button will toggle between CD (head unit) and CDDJ (remote changer). If the remote changer harness is disconnected from the headunit, pressing the CD button will make the display toggle between CD and NO CDDJ.

Try pressing the CD button - maybe yours is similar.
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Maybe it's not really an error message.

I have a factory remote 6-disc changer connected to my factory Explorer HU. Normally, pressing the CD button will toggle between CD (head unit) and CDDJ (remote changer). If the remote changer harness is disconnected from the headunit, pressing the CD button will make the display toggle between CD and NO CDDJ.

Try pressing the CD button - maybe yours is similar.
Nope that didn't work all well i do believe this would be covered under a bumper to bumper warranty
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