My cd player is factory in my 1995 honda accord but when i put a cd in it spits it out and the green light on the right side flashes

Stevie Burr
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Asked by Stevie Feb 25, 2013 at 11:03 PM about the 1995 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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7jimmy7
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best you can do is take a flashlight, hold flip door up with pen,something, see if any record tape wound on something or what? very delicate parts in there my flend

Racer_X
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Umm.."record tape" from a CD player? You're showing your age @ 7jimmy7..Just kiddin'...LOL!! As far as your CD player goes, Stevie, are you trying to use CD-R or CD-RW's, some of the older cars don't like those (my '93 MR2 wasn't fond of them, from what I recall). Otherwise, if it's the OEM stereo from '95, might be time for an overhaul or replacement. It's 15 years old, parts might simply be worn out or malfunctioning.

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oceantoocean10
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Maybe your CD is in upside down, or try cleaning it.

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