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Pioneer PD-M423 CD player will no longer read CD's. For each CD, I hear either a high-pitched buzz for a few seconds, or 3 clicks, then it moves on to try the next CD. Unit was recently moved several hundred miles by truck. I already checked the laser lens per Robotek's solution, it's still in place. There are no loose parts inside the unit. Any suggestions?

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Ribbon cable track(s) from pcb to laser assembly brocken
First - check all tracks for continuety, before suspecting motor or laser assembly.

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Have the same problem. Had friend, electronic tech look at it. Pickup assembly failure. Use Partstore.com or Pioneer to find part and then cross reference with other models that use same part. I bought used item on Ebay, $40 to repair my unit. Simple 5 screws, two pug in cables. Be sure to discharge static electricity from body before touching interior parts. Up and running in 20 min,

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