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Magazine ball bearings lose - Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders

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  • Gers48 Nov 04, 2008

    Thanks mate. My young son was responsible for pulling out all the trays when he tried to play some of his own CDs. I've had the unit for 16 years with no problems other than the occasional one caused by my kids! I figured I'd be up for a new magazine though as I've tried to piece it all back together. Still works as you say but I'm a bit concerned for its long term use.



    Cheers and thanks for the links to the new cartridges.



    Gers48

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If it is a pioneer 6 disc cartridge you are talking about,this happens from opening all the trays at once. They can still work ok, but do have a habit of jamming in the mechanism. When that happens, the load mechanism also breaks. get a new one to replace it ASAP

You can get 3 here for $35

You can also get singles from pioneer, but they work out to be a little more in price.

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robotek

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