Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a TEAC CR-H255 CD Receiver. It has just developed a fault when playing CDs. The CD plays ok and there is no problem with the sound, but the unit makes a loud rattling/grinding noise during playback.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's not the cds that are the problem as they work in other cd players. Its seems to be the denon cd player itself that doesn't seem to be reading the cds.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
The problem of "'no discs'"displayed is in the mechanism in the roller thats moving back and port bringing the lense set .The old grease thier is already hardened that cause the problem.Clean that by using a lighter fluid or like that fluid to take the old grease,and put it with a new one first class grease type-A grease put only a little grease and wipe the lense with a cotton buds without any chemicals on it .Try this solution so performance will be better.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
SOURCE: My cd player won't play cds
the lens is dirty. clean it with a lens cleaner cd (from any electronics store). this will get rid of any dust sitting on the lens. if that does nothing, you'll have to remove the top and clean it with a q-tip and rubbing alcohol (very gently), and blow it dry.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
The lazer unit in this stereo is hard to get at, 2 circuit boards have to be removed to access lazer lens to clean it. Do not attemt unless you feel up to the task.
When you get to lazer lens, spray a bit of window cleaning liquid on a cotton bud and flick off the excess. then gently wipe the cotton bud over the lens. next use the clean end of the bud and gently polish the lens.
This may solve your problem. If not, there is a "cheat" you can try to overcome this issue... on the side of the lazer assembly there is a pot for adjusting the lazer power. Carefully nudge the pot anticlockwise a tiny bit. This will increase power to the lazer to help overcome the problem. **NOTE: do not adjust the pot too much or you may damage the lazer beyond repair**
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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