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this product seems to be an audio CD player in use with a stereo system. Have you tried inserting a paperclip (that has been straightened out) through the tiny hole available to manually coax the tray to come out. It will pop out just a little, but it will then be unlocked and be easy to bring out, displaying the entire CD. If you have tried that, then..... Take the cover off (the entire case) and inspect the area where the CD is. Many of these players have no metal encasement around the CD mechanism and one can see the inner workings. The CD may have gotten askew, or the mechanism jammed. Gently try to free things up.You should at least retrieve your CD.
Put the thing back together. Use a junk cd (keep the stereo amp off) and try to load and unload it. If that fails.... Time to get a new one.
Here's a suggestion for that. Most all DVD players handle cd's. Purchasing an inexpensive DVD player might be cheaper than finding a stereo component CD player. Just use the audio out.
Clean lense on cd pickup. Remove spin motor. Spray some WD40 in the bottom of the motor and connect 5 volts dc to motor and spin for a few seconds in both directions. The motor brushes need cleaned off. This works on most all cd players. Reinstall the motor.If this does not fix replace cd assy. Check solder connections on volume control. If ok replace control.I had one of these that i sold for $500.00 on Ebay. Even used there is a demand for this item.
Hey there Usually there is a lttle hole in the front panel near the eject button. All you need to is insert a pin into the hole and just pull open the trey. The button in the little hole releases the locking mechanism so the trey can move out freely.
HI. that grinding sound is signaling a lens assembly issue. the linkage and gear assembly seems to be jammed. this assembly must be able to move freely i order for the lens to track the CD. if the lens assembly is stripped or jammed, it will not be able to read and it will shutdown into stand by mode to prevent the motor from damaging itself. its most likely gear failure.
Unfortunately, the repair parts for this unit are only available from sony repair depots and, you will need to contact sony manufacturing in order to receive a repair ticket.
Your friends are probably right however the correct term is the laser alignment is off or it just conked out. If you aren't afraid, open the case to see if there is any debris in the cd drive. Go to an office supply store and pick up a can of computer duster.
Hi, I have a Panasonic SA-ak25 system. I played one cd then inserted a second. When the second cd had finished it ejected but the first cd is still in the player, When i try to eject it the lights start to flash and it always stops on no (4) can anybody help. Bob.