Question about RCA RS2652 Shelf System
Just opened and set up, first time trying the CD changer. will not respond to remote or system operation.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had similar problem with 1 cd inside. i turned unit upside down gave little wiggle turned rt side up and it opened.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Remove the case screws on the left and right side panels. Pay attention to the long screws that come out of the middle of the panels to make sure they get back in the right spot. Remove one screw from the top rear back panel. Lift side panels of in a hinged motion from the bottom. Remove the top panel in a hinged motion from the rear. In the center of the disc tray remove 1 screw from center. Note the orientation of the tray for re-insertion. Lift the tray up and out. look for small dc motor and spindle. this motor is used to spin the tray. You should find a black belt between motor and spindle. Make sure it is in good condition. Look to the right rear of the unit. there is a second motor and belt which drives the tray. This belt may be broken or off its spindle. repair or replace the belt as necessary. Plug the unit in and test the open/close function and ensure the gear train, belts and carriage move smoothly. reassemble.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
SOURCE: The disc compartment doesn't
Find a blank disc or a disc that you don't use anymore. Insert this disc about an inch deep into the slot where the discs go in.
Now, move the disc gently sideways while pushing the eject button repeatedly until the discs come out. If this doesn't work, move on
Contact the manufacturer if the CD player is still under warranty. Remember, if you try to open the player, you will be voiding its manufacturer's warranty.
If it's not under any warranty. You have to replace the motor that ejects the discs.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
The easiest way to correct this is by resetting the unit. Try to unplug it from the power outlet and harness, wait for 10 seconds then plug it back again. If this did not work, you need to disassemble the unit totally and reposition the tray back into position. If problem persist, CD changer needs to be replaced.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2011
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