Question about Teac PD-H500 CD Player
Hi I wonder if anyone knows what's going on here ? I recently purchased the afore mentioned DV-H550 DVD and placed it on top of my reference 500 series system. I play it on my TV via the scart and the audio through the TV is fine too. I connected the remote lead to the spare remote socket on the back of the AG500H receiver but the system does not switch on through this. Oh well ! But I checked the CD output of the DVD payer through the amp and it is fine. Only problem now is that if I insert a CD into the existing 500 CD player or the 550 DVD player they both display the last track first. Not track 1 as previously ! I have to press play to get them to start on track 1. A minor annoyance I know but has some memory chip got switched on and if so and is the system easy to reset ? Do you do this through the reset hole at the back of the receiver ? Hope you can help from a disgruntled physicist
SOURCE: TEAC H300CD Player
Hi, Your particular brand/model was made in the very early 2000. It is possible that the eye (optical lens) is already weak and would need replacement or calibration. You may want to try and clean the lens hopefully improving the reading capability. Some users of CD players use a PC CD cleaner to clean the eye (pls read the instructions) though this can be done by going inside the unit). Probably your best bet is to seek the services of a qualified professional. Hope this be of some help and give you ideas. Pls post again how things turn up and/or if you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 04, 2007
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
That wouldnt damage the laser to my knowledge.
Turn it on ,open the drawer , unplug the AC get a can of "dust-off" or compressed CO2 and dust out the interior thru the drawer opening.
It MIGHT help
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
it sounds like it is the motor that spins the disk most likely not worth replacing unless the unit has high sentimental value to you
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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