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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-20-05, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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confused ford cd stacker-help please!

my factory ford cd stacker says on the head unit,'ER 1'
the cassette and radio work,but not the cd.
now i have noticed the light is not on where you eject the
cartridge from,there are no loose wires in the boot.
I am not a technical woman so any help is greatly appreciated.
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Re: ford cd stacker-help please!

ER1 would be an error code, but without knowing the model of the car it is a bit difficult to guess what it means. I am assuming that you have the boot mounted stacker. Try the easy things first - remove the CD cassette from the stacker, and try a different CD. If that doesn't work, I would disconnect the stacker, and reconnect it in case you have a dud connection. After this, I would be checking if power is getting to the stacker - they often have an in-line fuse - you may have to grab someone to give you a hand to check for 12V there.

After that, it gets a tad harder - I would check the connector at the back of the head unit to the stacker - but this will probably involve removing unit from dash (unless you have super long triple jointed fingers!).
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Re: ford cd stacker-help please!

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Originally Posted by XWish Ute
ER1 would be an error code, but without knowing the model of the car it is a bit difficult to guess what it means. I am assuming that you have the boot mounted stacker. Try the easy things first - remove the CD cassette from the stacker, and try a different CD. If that doesn't work, I would disconnect the stacker, and reconnect it in case you have a dud connection. After this, I would be checking if power is getting to the stacker - they often have an in-line fuse - you may have to grab someone to give you a hand to check for 12V there.

After that, it gets a tad harder - I would check the connector at the back of the head unit to the stacker - but this will probably involve removing unit from dash (unless you have super long triple jointed fingers!).
to xwishute thanks very much for your help, after disconnecting and reconnecting the wires it is working again, appreciate your help!
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