Take a screw driver with the player on, and push on the side of the cd so that it's being pushed into the player, sometimes this is caused by the cd not going all the way into the player and being stuck in a sort of limbo. I've had alot of issues with mine and took it apart, but figured this out afterwards. might also want to try pushing on the two white plastic things that come over the cd if pushing the cd in doesn't work. Hope that helps.
There are four screws on the front of the cd deck. take them off and remove the cd deck from the main unit. there is a total of for screws u need to remove to get the cd out from the top. two are near teh front holding the silver cover. remove them and slightly slight the cover forward and up to removethe next are towards the back. after all screws are removed gently lift the top cover making sure not to crack the load arms. remove disc and seal case again. hope this helps... cuz thats how i did it with no problems and btw mine is shot too
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Did you get all of the CDs out of the player or are any still
stuck inside the stereo? Its the part about everything working
OK until a disc changed that makes me ask.
If a disc is jammed because it didn't load properly, you won't
be able to get all your discs out.
So you want to remove the disc without damaging the disc? so its ok to damage the player.
Put a cushion on the floor, put player on it.
Use a strong pair of pliers to crush and bend all the plastic parts of the loader near the disc, shake the player so that the disc falls onto the cushion.
because the codec's are different, if you have ever burned a avi file and it didnt play till you added say divx ir xivd to get it to play tech leaves out alot of the codec's so there system will work on most but not all cd's dvd's the only way around it is to find out which codec will work for that player to test what I have just told you take the cd to the store and try it on a different mechine and see if it works
I have the same freaki'n issue with mine all of a sudden. Suspect the power supply's not delivering enough power to rotate the spindle-motor anymore, cause if I take this motor out and connect it to a 1.5V battery, it runs...
let me know if you've found the solution please on: tobie dot steyn at gmail dot com.
It may be that the brushes on the CD spindle motor are getting dirty. A relatively easy fix, IF you know how to open a Beosound 1 without causing damage. I used to work in a B&O Authorized Service Center, and I suggest contacting the one nearest you first for an estimate. Most "normal" shops are most likely not prepared to handle the sometimes complex disassembly/reassembly issues.
It is probably because the CD player in that car will not play Cd's recorded on a computer or home CD recorder. There are lots of CD players out there like that still. You will need to get a car stereo that plays CD-R and CD-RW. That is the only solution.
Built up dirt particles like dust or smoke on the lense can cause this. Buy a cleaning kit with a disc that has brushes that you dab with a small amount of alcohol which spins in the CD player and cleans the lens.