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All I can think of is to try other makes of blank discs. Also, if your machine ever comes up 'ERROR' and you have no control of any functions including powering it off or on-remove the plug from the wall and wait about a minute, then plug it back in.
this product seems to be an audio CD player in use with a stereo system. Have you tried inserting a paperclip (that has been straightened out) through the tiny hole available to manually coax the tray to come out. It will pop out just a little, but it will then be unlocked and be easy to bring out, displaying the entire CD. If you have tried that, then..... Take the cover off (the entire case) and inspect the area where the CD is. Many of these players have no metal encasement around the CD mechanism and one can see the inner workings. The CD may have gotten askew, or the mechanism jammed. Gently try to free things up.You should at least retrieve your CD.
Put the thing back together. Use a junk cd (keep the stereo amp off) and try to load and unload it. If that fails.... Time to get a new one.
Here's a suggestion for that. Most all DVD players handle cd's. Purchasing an inexpensive DVD player might be cheaper than finding a stereo component CD player. Just use the audio out.
This seems to be a "Dust on Lens" problem. No issues... It happens when you keep your CD/DVD players unattended for a long period of time. Even if packed well enough, dust/moisture does tend to gather on the lens and cause this type of an irritating problem.
If you have a lens cleaning CD (if not, go buy one) then just insert it and let it spin regardless of whether or not it reads it. The spinning action will clean off any finely deposited dust particles on the lens. Repeat th process till the Lens Cleaner CD starts playing its audio. If this happens then all your other CDs should read. One more thing, make sure that the motor is indeed spinning. How can you know???
1. Buy listening carefully for a whirring sound the moment you put in your CD/DVD 2. By feeling for minor vibrations on the front panel (CD tray front cover) 3. Putting in a CD/DVD with a label straight as you can read it and see if it comes out differently on ejecting it. I hope you understand what I mean...
If this doesn't then it could be a blown lens circuit or a dead drive motor. In that case your player needs to be taken to a service center.
There is a problem with the motor that ejects the cd out!you start getting those error because you put mest up cds in your cdj!You need to always make sure there clean and not scrtch too bad specially with old cd decks like the 100!
the timing will be out of line, thats whats putting in shut-down mode. dis-engage the tape carriage from the running cogs and manually put it in eject mode, re-align the main cogs to their pointers. there should be one on the cogs and on the chassis to help you re-align then re-engage the carriage to its cog.