My integra cdc-3.1 player will load 6 discs, but it will not play. The drawer closes and machine goes through the discs and displays the numbers 1 through 6, but they don't play. Any idea what the problem might be?
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This is a result of the deck kicking out you disc as an unacceptable media. This usually means that it can not read the data on the disc or the necessary TOC (Table of Contents). The other possibility is that your draw in detection switch has gone bad and when the processor- control type, tries to load a tray or close the drawer it is not getting the door closed signal. Depending on how the unit is programmed it might just sit there and do nothing or in your case throw the disc back out. It is kind of telling you it wants to go see a Technician. It could also be a bad belt that loads the Pickup assembly- it might be good enough to move the drawer in and out but the Pickup assembly needs more torque and it might not be there.
Any decent repair shop should have a large supply of replacement belts. The Part number isn't necessary. Just take the old one in and get a new one just 2mm smaller than the original. Some repair shops won;t sell them because they don't want you repairing your own property but a decent shop should sell you one.
Hi. there is a tiny limit switch that regulates the actual CD platform drawer(The part where you lay down the CD). this switch if faulty. it is designed to shut of the load motor when the CD tray is fully inside the unit.
this limit switch must be replaced. this is a job for a qualified Yamaha service tech. contact Yamaha for this repair.
Try using a CD cleaner. Generally this sort of problem occurs due to dust accumulating on the lens. The CD cleaner comes along with a solution.just spray on the CD and allow it to play in the CD drive. Sometimes the problem might even be due to a virus. Check whether your anti-virus is up to date.
If you trust yourself enough to open the case w/o breaking stuff, then open it up UNPLUGGED, locate the laser lens (small,clear,plastic) gently clean the lens with a swab of lens cleaner for glasses. Also clean the chrome runners that the laser assembly tracks on.