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Could be the belt for driving the cd tray door has come off one of the pulleys.. I had similar problem with a Marantz CD Player.. I could stop it making a noise by pulling the door out, setting the disc and pushing back in.. THis allowed me to at least play the cd's.. To set the belt onto the pulley wheels I had to dismantle unfortunately.. If you're feeling competent it can be done.
Optical lens requires cleaning. Please put cd cleaner in tray and check if it cleans dirt on lens. Still same problem, then unplug unit from AC outlet, take off top cover of hifi system and clean lens with good quality cotton bud. hope this will resolve problem.
please check the mechanisum.it is on five or more rubber mounts one of rhat rubber mount damaged. or is anything stuc inside the player .
if you have warranty go with problem occurd cd and sho it to them.
they have to fix it .isnt it?
What your machine is doing is... whenever the unit is powered on or off the cd player resets itself and the clanking you hear is the cd changer resetting itself. The plastic trays of the cd player are driven by plastic gears. These gears are noisy when new, after a few years, they can make quite a clanking noise. Most cd changers of this age have similar mechanisms and this type of noise is inherent in their operation.
I'm afraid the only solution is to replace the unit. Opening the unit to lubricate the gears may cause more problems than it may solve, so I would not recommend it.
I fixed the same issue by forcibly pulling individual trays to their open position. I removed the casing to gain better access (tons of screws) but you can probably gain clear access to the shelfs without removing the casing if you have good needlenose plyers. I found a stuck CD within one of shelfs, wedged WITHIN the moving components of the shelf. It works perfectly now.
1. Check all cable connections to make sure they're secure.
2. Replace the cable connecting the CD unit to your receiver.
3. Clean the contacts on the player and receiver with electronics-grade contact cleaner.