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Dear sirs: i have had the aiwa cxzr525 for several years. the first year i had it, the cd player stopped working after an extremely short time and i had it fixed under warrantee. a very short while after that it stopped working again. this was a few days or weeks post warrantee and i did not fix it at that time. the turntable, tuner and cassette player work just fine. for a while the cd cleaner also worked when i played it but now not even that works. the cd goes in and the five cd dish circles around and then stops and does not pick up any cd. clearly there is a defect somewhere. i decided to research this and have found that others have had a similar problem with the cd component. can you please help me with this? i would like to be able to trust aiwa products in the future. since others have have had the same problems perhaps you have a solution at this point.

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first try play Lens Cleaner CD, if you are lucky ,it's done!!

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Unfortunately without seeing the actual needle or cartridge, it is just about impossible to provide you with a part number. Where are you located? Needles are still available and I sell them all the time. I will try to locate the "standard" part number for your model, but there were often different setups available. Is there any way to provide a photo of the one you have now?

Check the balance of the tonearm as well. If there is not sufficient pressure on the needle, it won't track the record correctly either. Please note, the you shouldn't put too much pressure or you will wear the record.

Please keep us posted.

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Dan

Posted on Sep 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Aiwa cd player model CXZR525U loads the cd's and

Try using a lens cleaner to clean the lens it is likely that the player cannot read the disc after it spins it.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Aiwa cxzr525 cd player. After loading under the

The clicking you are hearing is an attempt to focus on the disc. The usual cleaning discs don't work well. Try to gain access to the lens and clean itusing a cotton swab and alcohol. That will remove any film that remains on the lens. If that fails to resolve the problem, the optics will need to be replaced.

Dan

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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Check out my tip on repair of dodgy headphones.

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