I have tryed a different remote lead to try make it work because i couldnt find a remote lead for it (dn1800f) now i have one but head unit wont work..what would be the cause and can i get it fixed please? Andrew
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You would have to open up the player. The tray is controlled by a single motor. It's possible that the alignment went off if the tray got stuck or pushed manually. Since the player uses a laser, make sure you do not plug it in while opening the player. If you don't feel comfortable opening it up, have someone repair it for you. Also be aware that opening the player could void any warranty when opening up any devices. If you still have warranty on the device use that first, also if you bought it with a credit card, check if you have any extended warranty through them. It's one of those perks easily forgotten.
Try this: 1. While holding "Title", Press Stop to enter what Denon calls "presetting" mode. 2. Press Track Search Reverse or Track Search Forward until you get to 20, which is the presetting mode for Single/Continuous Play. 3. Press Play to toggle between Continuous and Single Play. 4. Press Stop to exit Presetting Mode. Hope this works! I just finished a belabored job without Single Play on this unit. I have been searching for the answer too. I don't have access to the deck to try it, but I think this will do the job.
Push your "track selector knob" IN towards the unit and hold it in while pressing and releasing your STDBY/CUE button. This resets the microprocessor (kinda like rebooting) the unit.
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