Our system was in storage for 5 years, we set it up today and the cd tray opened and does not want to move in or out. We shut the system down and tried to clear it but still wouldn't budge. Any help is appreciated.
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I also have an (old) NSX-V150M that does nearly the same, I suggest two problems on mine:
1) maybe the laser assy has to be changed because it doesn't detect the actual CD anymore and skips to the next one.
2) there is a tiny limiting switch on the moving platform that seems defective, or the rubber belt (?) is too stretched, so that it doesn't detect when the CD is in place from the changer. Then the unit starts again "CHECK"ing, as when the memorized list of CDs doesn't match the detected list of CDs.
For the first one, maybe the Sony KSS210 or KSS213 spare part could be used, not sure of it.
For the limiting switch, I have glued a match to keep it in place to keep the CD part quiet.
Result: no more CD playing for now, but the unit doesn't "CHECK" anymore, and tuner and amplifier still work great.
Need to look inside one of these days.
hi there i know wht is problem rotary changer systems like 5 disic or 3 dics chnager.i have 2 oprions for that 1 is,from cd chnager belt small belt between motor another also mechanism like small tears lack white if there not good oily enaugh,maybe stock with tooth,DO u hear motor when u tray chnage disc 1;2;3? if motor burn rotary change then never will work,Some times belts getting older in cd rotary changers.the gey slepery,like flashy,but i hope will help your problem.Regards,Emil
I think I can help you with the tape part, but as for the CD, that's a whole different story.
First, you should reset the unit by holding down the stop button (clear), and then pressing the power button. Everything stored in memory after purchase is cleared, including the radio stations, clock, etc.
Check if deck 1 is now playing.
I had a similar problem with my AIWA NSX-AJ310, and after some digging up, I realised that the belts were busted. They're not hard to replace though, unless you don't trust yourself to replace them. If you don't, let a qualified technician see about that for you.
The CD player in my system has retired also, so, we're in the same boat as with regard to that issue!!
I'm sorry but I don't have a listing for that model number. Many of hte Aiwa units use what is called a digital encoder. A call to Sony with the model number should get you the part number as well as the cost and availability. Aiwa is a brand of Sony.
If you can hear a hiss then the spkrs and amp are OK. It sounds like you're not on whichever source you're wanting to hear or it is on mute. Make sure ther is no function enabled that turns the sound off or over-rides it (like a tape monitor or AUX in...).
Common Problem with AIWA 3 disc machines. I have 3 in my service shop right now.
For tray not rolling in on it's own, the drive rollers have to be changed, along with the Drive Belt.
Also, for CD not reading, try CD lens cleaner.