Check on half.com or check for used cds on amazon.com. I've often found parts of or just one cd for sale from box sets.silvercharged said:Here's the downside: The CD that was cracked was part of a box set, so I can't just go out and buy the cracked CD without having to buy the whole set again!
Im sure if you told the library from which you rented them your situation.. im almost positive they will let you slide on this one, unless youve stolen from the library before j/kAh Clem said:I just experienced the stuck CD problem, too. I was loading the player with a set of CD's from my local library when it stopped loading. Now it won't play CD's or eject them. I tried disconnecting the battery for 20-30 minutes and now it doesn't even display the CD's on the LCD. It's as if it forgot it's a CD player. The radio still works and I haven't tried the tape player.
The ***** of it is, these are library CD's due in two weeks. Does anybody know how long it takes the dealer to get the CD's back from wherever it is they send the players?
Does Subaru sell a bracket to mount the headunit down inplace of the ashtray like in the picture or do you think that was custom?Nexus6 said:but look on the bright side, if your screwed, youll have a reason to get a new aftermarket headunit, maybe navigation or a dvd monitor