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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the part is no longer available from Sony or any of its distributors. Your best bet is to check with some local repair shops to see if they have a scrap unit around from which you can get the part.
Another posibility is to remove the part and try and locate the part using the manufacturer's part number that shouldbe stamped on the part itself. I believe that these are made by AMP.
Can you post your location as I may have one of these in my stash.
I also have a Sony CD player (CDP-XE330) and I have tried almost every code from the yamaha manual, but without success. The only codes that yamaha remote supports, are the codes from the list in the yamaha manual. If none works, you are out of luck and the only solution is using the original sony remote (if you have one) or universal remote.
I have recently purchased Logitech Harmony 525 on eBay and now I control all my 7 devices with it without any issues. It is programmed via USB and Logitech has codes for almost 250.000 devices.
there is a bulb inside the backlight on the lcd display.it is 12 volt and alot of manufacturers run it from the +- 15 volt preamp power supply,on the plus rail.when the bulb burns out it can activate the dc speaker protect,or some other 12 or 15 volt circuit..if it is a flourescent display that is a different problem.those run on 5 12 18 and -32 volts.there is also a 6 volt ac filament voltage.you need the schematic.
Yes, most likely it is the display. Your best bet is to sell it for parts/as is on craigslist or the likes, and purchase a replacement as a comparable replacement would be very inexpensive. If you have any other questions let me know. Thanks, Lee
The CD tray is driven by a belt below the tray or on the right hand side (I can't remember the exact model). The belt is probably slipping. Replace the belt and you should be fine. I think you should be able to replace the belt without removing the tray.
I'll look up the model tonight and update this if there are significant differences from what I already stated.