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Onkyo DV0-CP702 Error: Mecha err

Followed service manual instructions and removed tray and put back in. Still get the error even after reset (hold in stop button).
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SOURCE: DV-C501 MECHA ERROR

That is a great one! I got a good laugh and sure enough it worked like a charm!

Posted on Jul 20, 2007

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SOURCE: DVDs presumed stuck and the player won't eject

Hi, If you feel comfortable opening the unit, then you may remove the top cover normally held by 2 - 4 screws. The tray should be visible and most units have a locking bar right at the center to hold the discs down. Removing this (2 screws normally, 1 at each end of the bar) would expose fully the tray with the 2 discs on top. Remove the discs and put the locking bar back with the screws. You can test the unit without the top cover. Please be reminded about safety precaution when working with active/live units and laser equipment. Power it up and check if the "mech err" still shows. If not you're set to cover it up, otherwise, your probably better off seeking the services of a qualified technician. This is a generic method which normally should apply to most CD/DVD units. Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Aug 19, 2007

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SOURCE: I have an Onkyo DV-CP702

The loading mechanism is out of timing and needs to be rebuilt. This is a fairly strightforward procedure if you have the manual as there is a sequence and alignment procedure for this. No parts are required in most cases. This unit should go to a service station. If you attempt this and are not aligned correctly, it is possible to damage the optics assembly.

Dan

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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SOURCE: displaying an error message "mecha

http://www.fixya.com/support/t4093524-onkyo_dvd_changer_display_reads_mecha

http://www.fixya.com/support/t1119443-onkyo_dv0_cp702_error_mecha_err

These may help you.

Posted on May 07, 2011

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SOURCE: Have lost the remote control

You can get a substitute remote (the original remote is no longer available) at
http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&uuid=13118717212490&smodel=DVCP702&brand_pn=ONKYO_DVCP702
Let me know if you have any other problems or questions.Please rate this solution. Thanks.

Posted on Jul 28, 2011

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Have lost the remote control to onkyo dv cp702. Would like to access the random option.


You can get a substitute remote (the original remote is no longer available) at
http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&uuid=13118717212490&smodel=DVCP702&brand_pn=ONKYO_DVCP702
Let me know if you have any other problems or questions.Please rate this solution. Thanks.

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Displaying an error message "mecha


http://www.fixya.com/support/t4093524-onkyo_dvd_changer_display_reads_mecha

http://www.fixya.com/support/t1119443-onkyo_dv0_cp702_error_mecha_err

These may help you.

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This is usually caused by a broken tooth on one of the cam gears. While relatively inexpensive for the parts, the unit must be rebuilt in the correct order and alignment. This is not a DIY repair. It is possible that the unit is just confused and out of timing. Try unplugging it for 5-10 minutes. Plug it back in and see if it resets. While I doubt it will, it is worth a try. If not, then the unit should be serviced. Figure on $60-$75 for the repair.

Dan

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I have an Onkyo DV-CP702 and it keeps saying I have a mechanical error. I thought a disc was stuck, so I followed your tips and took off the top and indeed, there were 2 discs stuck. I took them out, but...


The loading mechanism is out of timing and needs to be rebuilt. This is a fairly strightforward procedure if you have the manual as there is a sequence and alignment procedure for this. No parts are required in most cases. This unit should go to a service station. If you attempt this and are not aligned correctly, it is possible to damage the optics assembly.

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Hi, If you feel comfortable opening the unit, then you may remove the top cover normally held by 2 - 4 screws. The tray should be visible and most units have a locking bar right at the center to hold the discs down. Removing this (2 screws normally, 1 at each end of the bar) would expose fully the tray with the 2 discs on top. Remove the discs and put the locking bar back with the screws. You can test the unit without the top cover. Please be reminded about safety precaution when working with active/live units and laser equipment. Power it up and check if the "mech err" still shows. If not you're set to cover it up, otherwise, your probably better off seeking the services of a qualified technician. This is a generic method which normally should apply to most CD/DVD units. Good luck and kind regards.

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I have actually had the same problem multiple number of times now and am going to suggest you a rather "crude sounding" solution!! First, atleast in my case the problem usually occurs when you turn the DVD player off while it still has DVD/CD inside and then turn it back on a little while later. This is how the "solution" works. I just disconnect the player and give it a good shake !! This somehow dislodges the "stuck" disc inside and voila, the player opens up after reconnecting and pressing the open/close button. Sometimes it takes more than one "good shake". Sounds rather severe but works everytime !!

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