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When playing cd player , cd rotates angle of 5 degrees clockwise

& then 5 degrrees ccw , & so on .there is no actual rotation

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Hi there

It is probable that you will have a faulty spindle motor if the disc wont spin up to speed. Have you been able to give the disc a kick start to get it to read. The disk also has to spin the fastest when reading the table of contents after the disc is first loaded. Sometimes when the suspension rubbers to the laser fail, the disc may also be catching on parts of the mechanism preventing it from spinning up to speed. Can you give me a little more about how the problem is occurring, particularly what noises you hear, and whether you can kick start the disc to spin. I have plenty of experience repairing these players, and am happy to answer any questions you may have about it. Cheers

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robotek

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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