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NO.9 CD PLAYER DOES NOT INDICATE THE MP3 TITLE TEXT [AUDIO]



9

CD player does not indicate the MP3 title text

Possible DTC:10:Er02, 22:Er02

    Troubleshooting hints
  • Defective CD-R/RW (e.g. dirty CD, scratch)

  • Conflict of ID tag version for CD-R/RW

  • The number of characters for the folder/audio file name on the CD-R/RW exceeds the maximum number of characters

  • Improper encode in CD-R/RW

  • MP3 applicable CD player is malfunctioning

  • No title input in CD-R/RW

  • Input title text using 2-byte characters


Diagnostic procedure

STEP

INSPECTION

ACTION

1

  • Visually inspect the CD-R/RW.

  • Is there any dirt or scratch on the CD/R/RW?

Yes

Clean the disc or replace it with an operational CD-R/RW.

No

Go to the next step.

2

  • Inspect the LCD.

  • Is the CD (other than MP3 compatible) displayed on the LCD?

Yes

Go to the next step.

No

Go to the symptom troubleshooting No.9 (Entire audio system).

3

  • Inspect the ID tag version.

  • Is the ID tag correct?

Yes

Go to the next step.

No

Write the CD-R/RW to the correct ID tag version.

4

  • Is the title text input into the CD-R/RW?

Yes

Go to the next step.

No

Input the title text.

NOTE:

  • Do not input the title text using two-byte characters.

5

  • Inspect the folder and audio file names on the CD-R/RW.

  • Is the encode correct?

Yes

Go to the next step.

No

Use the correct encode.

6

  • Inspect the number of characters for the folder and audio file name.

  • Is the number of characters within the maximum number of characters?

Yes

Replace the audio unit.

(See CENTER PANEL UNIT REMOVAL/INSTALLATION.)

(See CENTER PANEL UNIT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)

(See AUDIO UNIT DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.)

No

Input the folder and audio file names within the maximum number of characters.




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