My problem is simple, the Player (T512) does not reconize any audio cd's at all it simply says "no disc" when they are inserted. DVD's load fine at first, the player reads them spins up, then spins back down and auto ejects the DVD, with the message "Disc Error". I opend up the player, and cleaned the lense, I started the player without it's cover and to me all mechanism's appear to function normal in the loading process. The only thing I've taken note of is that it seems that the player makes more noise the unsual when spinning up, a kinda humming sound that I dont think it has done prior to this problem.
It should also be noted that this problem has increased from being a small problem where I had to reload the DVD/CD every 5th time or so.. to now .. where nothing will work at all. I have a feeling this is not something I can do anything about, but if anyone could confirm my worries, cheers
Hai there. I've got exactly the same problem with my T512. Some addition problem on my player: it is very sensitive for copied cd's. While playing it makes some cracking noise. I need to admit the disc is slightly damaged. But on other cheaper players it plays fine.
I've got 2 more questions:
- "Iceshard" did you manage to fix the problem??
- Is it possible to upgrade the firmware of the player??
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the laser eye needs cleaning.....i actually just did mine today, just with a normal cleaning cd...if it doesnt work first time, smear a little nail polish remover on the cleaning disc, it works a treat........error 11 and 12 mean the laser cannot read disc properly......starts and stops depending on how much cleaning is required....
If the cd is ok, the read head on the cd player is probably covered in grunge! Get thee to ye olde local audio / TV shop and purchase a CD head cleaning kit.
Usually these come with a cd with a brush attached to it and some cleaning fluid.
Follow the instructions on the packaging and give your music cd another try.
Your CD player thinks the CD is in Upside down. Basically it cannot read the disc. You need to run a CD laser Lens cleaner disc to hopefully get it back reading the Discs good again. Otherwise you will nee to take it apart and clean it all yourself manually.