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 Post subject: CD Stacker Security problem
Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:24 pm 
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I just got from ebay a radio and stacker from a 2000 laser,there is no code on the radio,but on the front of the stacker it says{ unique data protocol for improved sound system security } when i insert the cartrage it counts the disks and inserts one to play,but i get an error mesage NO DISK has anybody ever had one of these that might be able to help me get it going,also it was from a wrecker that i got it off not the owner of the car.Thanks Brian
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 Post subject: Re: CD Stacker Security problem
Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 11:29 pm 
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you have to get the security code for the stereo for the stacker to work
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 Post subject: Re: CD Stacker Security problem
Posted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 11:57 pm 
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it should ask for the code the first time its turned on. i know ford had a few different types of cd stackers with the "unique data protocol" written on them. some were compatible with the EF/EL stereo's and some with the laser/mazda units. but not compatible with each other. if u plugged it in the other it wouldn't recognise the stacker.

sounds like its the laser thats not reading the disk. try an original music cd (not a burnt disk).
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