Question about Pioneer CD Players
Its started jumping and it also comes up with codes e-9102 and 83-01
what do these mean please?
I had the same error code showing on 1 of my players. Removed the top cover (6 screws 1 under the lid) and the lens protection. Cleaned the lens with a Q-tip, if it doesnt help you could try to remove the lens itself and clean the mirror located under the lens (tricky for beginners). A cleaning spray that not leaves residue and doesnt harm plastic components could be used.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Both those codes are poorly readable disc and load errors.
The CD drive needs to be opened up and the lens and rails that the laser assembly rides on needs to be cleaned and lubed with a silicone grease.
If there's a belt that works the drawer replace that too. They're cheap
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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