I have a sony chc-cl1 , basically turn on the system and press eject on any of the cd buttons , there is no noise , then the display says open , but the drawer isnt open , it does that on all of the cd eject buttons , it wont play discs either , any ideas thanks , Dave
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Mine did the same thing. My player was primarily used in the garage and the cold weather may have caused my player to do the same thing. I just fixed my player. I removed the top cover and looked at the CD in the play position. In the upper right corner from the CD, you will see a spindle motor with a belt on it. Gently spin the motor back and forth carefully with your finger. I rotated it a half-spin in either direction, careful not to dislodge the belt. When I turned the player back on, the mechanism operated as it normally would and began playing the disc. I was able to eject and reinsert the magazine without any issues, solving the problem. Hopefully that will work for you.
Ensure the child lock feature is disabled. Try Power resetting the Player. Turn Off the player and remove the power plug from the wall outlet for 1 minute and reconnect it and check the operation. If the disc tray still does not open, simultaneously press the POWER + STOP + EJECT buttons. If the disc tray still does not open, simultaneously press the DISC1 + STOP + EJECT buttons or the RETURN + ENTER+ POWER buttons. If the issue still persists, service might be required.
We've had the Tivoli Music System for 3 years. A CD became stuck in the player when I pressed the EJECT button before turning the player on. We tried turning it off and back on, unplugging it for a minute, removing the batteries and unplugging, etc. Nothing worked. I finally turned the player upside down in my lap, then turned on the CD player, and it said LOADING! Progress!!! I turned it right-side up and hit EJECT, and it worked like new. The CD loading mechanism had become bound up and simply needed a different "attitude" adjustment. Don't give up too early in attempting to fix these players on your own.
I turned the player off, then while holding down the STOP button, I pressed the power button. The player made a click noise, but it did not turn on. It must have been resetting or unlocking the player because .... Then, I let go of the STOP button and turned the player on. I was then able to eject the CD. I found this solution somewhere in the posts on your website. Thank you!