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Pioneer DVD tray won't stop in 'out' position

I have a Pioneer xv-htd520 5 disc dvd/cd player. When I press the open button the carosel tray comes out and then goes right back in. I can only load disks by manually holding the tray out (fighting the tug of the motor) for a few seconds, after which it stays open. This happens regardless of the number of disks, including none. I took the cover off and it looks clean inside. I ran a cleaning disk with the little brushes (no liquid solution), but nothing changes. I bought this used, and suspect possible shipping damage, but the problem took a couple weeks of constant use to develop. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2008

    We have the same Pioneer XV-HTD520 5 disc dvd/cd player. When we press the open button the carousel tray comes out and then goes right back in. I can only load disks by manually holding the tray out (fighting the tug of the motor) for a few seconds, it never stays open. This happens regardless of the number of disks, including none. Bought new, and suspect possible electrical problem due to a power spike awhile ago otherwise it works fine. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2008

    Same problem. And one of the speaker outputs no longer puts out. I am scrapping this system.

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    i have the same problem. what i do is use the exchange button to load and unload discs

  • Mike Lambert
    Mike Lambert Nov 09, 2012

    My unit closed immediately upon opening since like 1 day after the warranty ran out. It bothered me. I finally tore it apart and this fixed it. Take the cover off. As you are facing the front of the player, the blue sensor switch that controls the tray will be on your left in the middle of the carousel. Push button to open tray and locate it as the tray opens. Grab the tray and also the carousel and hold them so you can see the little blue switch. Use a tiny screwdriver or toothpick or other slender device to "flick" the switch fully forward and backward several times. Let go of the tray and try the button. If it still closes immediately, repeat the flicking. Try it again.

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My system was experiencing the same problem with the tray going in and out. i took the system srews out of the case , and opened the body up, there was a CD that had been dislodged from the tray while the wife had moved it to clean. removed the cd, works like new. hope this helps you.

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I had the same problem with my unit. Was fixed easily by applying switch cleaner to the tray position switches.

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