Hi everyone, I had a problem with my pioneer CD changer, it just didn't work one day when I turned my car on. Pushing the reset button didn't help, and when I looked inside, I saw a CD from the magazine that looked loaded, but was not spinning or moving at all. The eject button didn't work either. The display on the remote control was out too. I thought that the CD just got jammed somehow, but was a little suspicious of why the display didn't show anything at all especially an error message. So I unhooked the CD changer and have been too busy to take it to a shop. BUT, today, about 10 days after the CD changer stopped working, my battery was completely dead. I got a new battery today and before today everything like my headlights, radio, were fine... so what I am wondering is would the low battery 10 days ago have caused the CD changer to stop working?? (Since the battery died completely today, I am assuming it was low 10 days ago) Or should the CD changer power go out when the battery is completely dead and not a minute sooner?? Is it worth a shot to hook the CD changer back up with this new battery in now?