Marantz cd52 Mk 11 SE. The tray does not eject or close smoothly as the cog which engages with the rack to open and close the tray has cracked and no longer rotates symetrically. I need a new cog or tray mechanism
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most sliding gates suffer form dirt, grass , rocks in the gate track so constant cleaning of that track is essential
small twigs , rocks will slide along with the wheels on opening but are an obstruction for the wheels on closing
most closing gates run a cog and rack system at the bottom ot the gate so check that the mesh of the rack and cog is correct at either end
The gears on the Xbox 360 have become misaligned. Here is how you fix it. If the tray is out all the way disconnect the power.
Locate the tab on the left side of the tray.
Lift the tab with a pen or equal and pull the tray out.
Step 3: power on the Xbox 360 and hit the eject button. When you here the eject "ding" pull the power. Now the drive is in eject mode and the cogs are aligned to take the tray.
Gently place the tray back in and slight nudge to engage gears.
POwer on xbox 360 and give another nudge to help the tray realign.
Open and close the tray a couple times. To assure sucess.
while your daughter was "holding" the tray did you hear any "popping" type noise? This is a typical sympton when the gears have skipped a few teeth! Your best bet(IF your a "handy" person) would be to take the unit apart to get to the CD drive, and CAREFULLY push/pull on the tray to manually "open/close" it, and watch the tray in correlation to the "eye" mechanism, to see if it is aligning with the "hole" in the tray correctly! Good luck!
i had the same problem on a marantz cd-63 which is virtually identical and it turned out to be a faulty button on the control PCB. i replaced it with one out of a scrap PCB and all worked as it should.
you may need to replace the whole mechanism as i've had quite a few philips and marantz cd recorders with the same mechanism with exactly the same problem. when you press open/close it will display open or close with no sign of life from the player. this turned out to be a faulty laser unit and the PCB which is underneath the mechanism seems to go the same way which i found out later when i replaced the laser unit. the recorder worked for around 5 minutes then the laser started moving erratically but then would work again for 5 minutes after switching it off & on again. i cured the fault by replacing the PCB aswell. hope this helps?
There are several things that could cause this, but what happend to mine a few months back is a really simple mechanical error. Probably what is happening is that when the disk drive closes then either the reader is not spinning or it is not engaging.
If you open the disk drive up then power up and see what happens you can diagnose it. Open up the silver box, look underneath and press close. If when you do this the white toggles reach the end of their run (the last 3mm are not used) then the problem is likely its not spinning if it doesnt then the problem is not rising.
To fix either, lift up the two plastic locks on the tray itself and remove it so you can see inside. There should be a cog with teeth on your left, a medium and a small cog running a band between them in the middle and a white line with teeth at one end and a control on the right.
If its not spinning then the problem should be that the two cogs with the band arnt turning/are snapped, simply replace them and all should be hunky dory.
If its not rising then pushing the white line to the right untill it engages with the teeth cog on the left and it should rise, this problem can be permanently fixed simply by adding a tiny block to the end so it can still disengage but will be imediately re-engaged when needed.
I had the same problem. First, depress the reset button, located on the camera body (where the LCD screen closes over it). It is hard to see at first. It is important that the camera be set to the OFF position. When the camera is whirring after the reset, then hit the EJECT button so the tape comes out. Take the tape out and insert it back. That's it. My camcorder worked fine and let me record or plaback once I followed those steps.