I have a three disk RCA Radio with double tape deck. It is RP-9325.
When I try to put a cd in the player it doesnt' matter which spot it says there are no cd's and will not play. I have had this player for years. And I should have brought it back since it happened not to long after I had it. I am wondering whether I want to keep it or not. So I am going to see if there is anything I can do to try and troubleshoot it before I just plain shoot it.
I had the same problem years ago. I was told that the laser that scans the disc was substandard / weak. I had it worked on 4 different times. It would work fine for a while and then it would gradually start going bad again. I finally had to give up on the CD player and I just use it for the surround sound when I watch movies. I don't know if this was a design flaw on all units or just random parts that were bad.
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Depending on the year of the bike, can be a couple of issues.
Damper assembly on the CD drive van be damaged or the laser can be bad. This will require replacing the CD drive,
SDRAM circuit can be defective and will need to be repaired.
If the radio has a power transformer check there is AC voltage to the primary "fuse side", [ 2 wires ] if yes check the secondary side, if no AC voltage is present the power transformer is open at the primary. The part must be replaced.
Try moving the telescopic antenna around in different directions until you get a clear reception. If that doesn't work, try moving the whole unit (radio) to another location. Make sure you are using the tuning knob to switch between stations. Moving it to a different location may be the best thing because the radio antenna may be received in frequency waves from another electronic device (i.e. a television set, another radio or in microwave) which is causing a reception to be poor.
with my base mp3 (MP717A) i got a lil yellow cd with it, which has video converting software, turns your avi, jpeg etc into MTV files which you can then put onto your mp3 player, so ya pick what ya wanna convert, takes a few minutes depending, and then it will put your converted files into C:\MTV_OUTPUT. you take from there and drag onto mp3 player...will only play on mp3 player...and if aint got cd try http://www.dvd-ipod.biz/mtv_converter.html .... the program on my cd is the one down bottom of that web page <----
Try and plug something in the aux. If you don't hear sound out of the aux when you plug something like your cd player in then your speaker cables have come off the circuit board or the out put transistor has gone on the radio. Sell on Ebay these go for a good price faulty.