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The platter What exactly is the "Platter"? Is it the round thingie underneather the lid of the Cd player? or is it the surface where the Cd rest on? Is that round thingie suppose to be able to be pushed up ? I can push mine up only for it to come back down. It seems it might be too loose.

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Hi The platter is the "thingy" that the Cd sits on, and should be firmly attached to the spin motor, which spins the Cd. If that is loose, you must have it repaired at a shop, because the platter height is a factory adjustment, and the laser cannot focus on the disk if it is too far away, or too close to the lense, and it is a delicate adjustment requiring experience & special tools. It is not difficult if you have the tools, so your local repair shop may be able to repair it for a reasonable price. Hopr this helps, good luck!

Posted on May 02, 2007

  • David Burke
    David Burke May 02, 2007

    P.S. The other round thing usually has a magnet inside and clamps the disk to the platter, it is usually loose, until you close the door.

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