Remove Power Supply Fuse For Twenty Seconds if CD Player Fails on Kia Sedona

Problem Description and Possible Solution

If the stereo/CD player refuses to load, eject, or play CDs, remove the power supply (fuse) to the stereo for twenty seconds to reset the stereo's internal memory.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 78,120 (3,208–159,000)
8 model years affected: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, more2010, 2011, 2014, 2015
56 people reported this problem
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CD Player says "LOAD" and will not do anything.
The CD player will not load a CD. It reads Mechanical error, or "Mecha Error".
says there is no cd in but there is. Removing fuse for several minutes didn't fix it.
when I load a cd it will either say there is not a cd loaded, or it gives me an error msg and will not play CD. CD has been stuck in player and I FINALLY got it out after about 3 mos this a.m.
Trying to play a CD in the CD player, but get error 8" message.
CD is stuck in player. Was listening to it yesterday and now today it won't read it.
Cd gets stuck in the player. It says no cd when you push eject, or play. I got it to work once, then it happened again.
cd player does not work and I can locate the fuse to it
When I turn on the car- the stereo sounds like it's picking a cd.. But nothing plays/ejects/loads and all the display says is "initializing"!! :( so sad! 6disk with all of my favorite cd's STUCK in it!! :(
CD player not woring
CD player error 22
cd stuck in player
CD's work for about two minutes and then stop.
cd stuck in AZERA cd player.
Message says error 42.
Radio and XM works fine
Mecha error when trying to play cd
Getting Error #8 on my cd player. Will not eject cd. when able to get it out and put in again, says loading....but it never loads. error 8 again
Disc player just quit working, media button not working
The DVD player won't turn on.
This is a recurring problem. Pulling the fuse fixes it for an average of 6 months.
CD stuck in CD player. Not fixed at this time.