Push the button...............lol
Wow, we'll i'll call him with the news. thanks for the response:cheers:Fat Possum said:Same thing happened to me at 700 miles on my '08 pro4x. The cd player had problems recognizing mp3 formats prior to that, but no other problems. Did what you describe once, then came back to life a day later. Next time I hit eject, the cd player died forever. I tried paperclips, everything besides gouging things out with a pocketknife. (They stack, not spin, btw, in case you go the pocketknife route.)
Dealer replaced it within 2 days and mailed me back my cds. Since I'm close to their quality control facility in Smyrna, I had 5 techs from the plant, plus the dealership techs working on my baby. wu tang to that.
Not a problem since, 'cept that the RF system needs more ooomph for the $2k pricetag.
BBtruck said:Disrupting the power supply to the unit could make it reset and spit out the CD. Disconnect/reconnect the battery and see what happens. Just a thought...