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No eject no close a onkyo dr-c500 changer receiver

The mechanics work well but no eject no open and i believe tha me do assemling is place correct. i dont know what happend

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Onkyo units as well as several other manufacturers have a common problem where the spindle motor gets intermittant or wont come up to speed.Its not hard to replace this motor, but could be a trick to adjust the platter height. Also the unit probably needs a servo alighnment as well. This unit could also have a simple problem as a dirty laser lens. You can try to use a disc lens cleaner to see if that helps. Good Luck

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