Switch bwtn CONT or SINGLE play on Denon's DN-C615
On page 13 & 14 of the DN-C615 information on regarding CONTINOUS vs SINGLE play appears but it's unlcear to me how I actually switch bwtn these two modes. Do I turn the unit off and press +10, enter 20 and then hit PLAY?
Re: Switch bwtn CONT or SINGLE play on Denon's DN-C615
Try this: 1. While holding "Title", Press Stop to enter what Denon calls "presetting" mode. 2. Press Track Search Reverse or Track Search Forward until you get to 20, which is the presetting mode for Single/Continuous Play. 3. Press Play to toggle between Continuous and Single Play. 4. Press Stop to exit Presetting Mode. Hope this works! I just finished a belabored job without Single Play on this unit. I have been searching for the answer too. I don't have access to the deck to try it, but I think this will do the job.
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http://usa.denon.com/us/support/pages/Service-Network.aspx . Since it's a direct drive platter the motor or control circuits are giving you a fit. Check out the URL above for all the information you never wanted to know.
TOC stands for Table Of Contents. It is the beginning track on the inside of a CD and tells the player how many tracks there are, how long they are and when and where they end. If a player cannot read this information, it cannot read the CD.
If the tray mechanism is belt driven, the belt may have become loose or is broken and needs to be replaced (usually the belts are of a standard measure and can be purchased in electronic stores or via internet), but if there are only gears to drive the tray mechanism then it could be broken teeth on a gear wheel, faulty drive motor or faulty motor driver electronics.
Take this info with a grain of salt. I recently received one of these units with a TOC error, and after removing the drive assembly and reinstalling it, the problem went away. Before removal, I observed the motor spinning poorly and even backwards. Rather than pull the whole drive assembly, I would first eject the drive and remove the face from the tray. This is done by putting your thumbs on the tray and pulling up with your pointer fingers underneath the face. It should just snap off and snap back on the same way. Try playing a disc now, if it works try loosening the screws on the drive assembly and shifting the assembly towards the front of the unit, tighten the screws and put the face back on. You should be good to go. There are four screws holding the assembly down, the two in the back can only be accessed when the tray is in the open position. The front two are accessible through holes in the tray, and I don't recall if the tray has to be open or not, but that's easily observable. If it's still not working, there is a flat-flex cable running to the laser assembly. Pull and reseat this gently. Try to only manipulate the cable by the blue reinforcement tab. I hope this helps!