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There is some problem with the timing of the changer mechanisum of the player. As it is very complicated mechanisum you should need a good reparing experence to rectify the same.The mechanisum is not properly selecting the disk 2. Try to consult the bose autorised servicing center or any trusted electronics reparing shope near you.
Hi, Your suspicions about a broken belts are probably exactly right. Here's what you can do or attempt to do. Make sure the machine is unplugged. Remove the cover of the unit. You may be able to manipulate the cd changer mechanism so that you can replace the belts connected to the door mechanisms. Since I am not there and I don't know how your unit is constructed I would advise to be VERY patient and exacting while doing this. DON'T FORCE ANYTHING. And use good lighting so you can observe how it functions.
I have replaced a lot of belts on various types of CD transports and there is a certain similarity they all have. Inevitably they all have some small belt that rotates a gear mechanism that moves the transport drawer or section in and out. Of course you can get it serviced by a professional, who will do as I suggest. But if you are confident that you can do it. Have at it. The only problem I can imagine is locating an electronics supply house in your area. You may be able to get a full set of belts from Denon. I hope this helps you. Best Regards, Mark
i have a 4 disk changer that had flashing error lights, i took the 3 screws off the top, 4 out the front sides that hold in the face. and then removed the 4 micro screws fron the top shiny metal cover on the front inside. this allowed me access to the internal disks that were inside. i removed them all and put it all back together. it seems that when i had work done to my car they had disconected the battery and when this was done the changer reset with disks inside still. one of them must have gotten dislodged and this is how i got the error. placed the changer back into the car and to my surprise it worked like new again. there was nothing on the forums or any search to help me out so i decided to repair myself. the worst i could do was find that there was nothing i could do and buy a new one. i just saved myself 100 dollars. hope you have the same luck
Well if you didn't already know all jeep chrysler dodge factory cd players don't work very well. I have sprayed high pressure air into mine and it has help but may not solve the problem permanently. I would suggest buying a new cd player. sorry
Hi if you need a replacement plug for the system then you can buy them from any electrical store but if you want a transformer or anything product specific then you can contact Onkyo USA sevice centre on 201-785-2600.