Inoperable cd tray on technics spl110 single disc cd player
The tray wasn't closing and when I applied very little pressure it closed but wouldn't open.
I can see s white "wing nut looking" part inside that operates the tray but it is not moving fluidly.
When tray is open and I apply slight pressure it will move in in tiny incremental movements and I can see it trying to function but will not function fully.
Please, can you help?
Re: inoperable cd tray on technics spl110 single disc cd...
Somehow the "gears" (side of tray has "teeth/gear" and wheel to the right of it has 'teeth/gear") which guided the cd tray were misaligned. With trepidation and fear of fully breaking it I lined up the tray and large wheeled gear to the right of tray.
At first I could get it to close to a certain point but it wouldn't go any further. I couldn't figure out what was stopping the closure but finally figured out the "teeth/gear needed further alignment.
During the repair found date CD player made was 1986 !!!! So I figured I'd just have to buy a new one. But it works like new and still sounds great
Go figure. Technics is a great brand.
What I saw as a white "wing nut looking" part had nothing to do repair. But during repair part of the front of repair dropped down and prevented closure. But there is a metal wire under tray which can be manipulated to control the piece which drops down.
Don't know how many Technics SLP110 are still out there but that's my story.
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