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I have a Sharp CD-BA2650 3 cd, two tape deck, and radio combo. The Cd turntable sticks when one cd ends and changes to the next. The rotation stops as the motor makes a humming noise, then the lcd says "Error". If I tap or joggle the changer, It will unlock and continue it's rotation until it sticks again, requiring further knocks. Also, when ejecting the cd tray, the tray sticks upon opening requiring manual intervention. Any Idea what parts are malfunctioning and what I can do to replace or repair them?

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  • Samhain5 Nov 20, 2008

    Thanks for the assist. While the problem turned out to be the motor turning the belt, This reply made it much easier to locate and get to the blasted thing. Thanks again

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There is a belt inside the cd changer that needs to be replaced. Once yo utake the top off the unit you will need to turn the unit on again and open the try. Once it is open look at the back area where the motor is located and you will find it under a circuit board. You need to lift the motor up by pushing the plastic clips that hold the board in place and pull it up a little and you will see how the belt is on the pully. It is very hard to describe how to do this in a forum like this, but if you are careful you should be able to do this.

The part number for the belt is:

92LBE231616

You can get the belt here:

http://www.fox-international.com/

I hope this helps, if so a FixYa! rating would be appreciated. After all, it is the only reward we get for offering people like yourself this free help.

Let me know if I can be of any more help.

Dave

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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