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Disc Drive is acting REAL SHADY!

I was spinning at the club last Friday and my damn CDX would not read my disc after half way through my set (2 hours in). This happened on just one. Initially, the CDX would not even accept the disc...just popped it out. Then after it took it, the display would read either "CD OUT" or "NO DISC." The only solution was turning it off and back on...

Seemed to work.

My question for you all is a three parter:

1: Does anyone think that cold weather could be a contributor to this? I live in Bend Oregon (6 months of the year it is damn near freezing) and store my equipment in the garage.
2: Does anyone think that not storing these flat could be a contributor? I keep them in their coffins and they sit up on end. The coffins are obviously heavily padded so they cannot move around once they are locked in, but sitting in an orientation for sometimes days at a time.
3: Have the updates helped anyone...seriously?

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  • funkem Apr 26, 2009

    i am starting to have the same problem with mine!

    i live in sydney australia and i haven't even had them for a winter here yet so its not the cold.

    And mine just sits at home flat i never take them anywhere!

    So its not storing them on an angle that will make them do it.

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Its an heat issue,the only way heat can release from these is from the bottom.heat rises so its hard for it to excape .so the power supply heats up and voltage begans to drop causing weird things.try cooling fans,worked for me.

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Possible servo problem..

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