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Cd-ba200 error 0306

When I press CD OPEN on the sreen is error 0306. What should I do?

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Re: cd-ba200 error 0306 - Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System Audio Shelf Systems

Check the CD belt. Part number 92LBE231616.

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Sharp CD-BA2100, when I turn it on it starts making a clicking sound and if set to tape one or tape two, it shows "error". When set to "cd" it comes up with error 0306 and the cd tray...

the rubber rope which conect the motor to a small gears to open the cd was cut due to long using ... this sound of clicking coz the small motor is running and its not attached to anything ... its a small rounded rubber rope ..the bad news is you have to break some plastic stuff to reach the motor in the repair depot they change the whole upper part so it costs alot ... but if you can reach it it will work perfect as its new.

Sep 08, 2011 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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I am getting an error Message 0306 or 0203 when trying to open the cd tray on my Sharp CD-BA150 Stereo System what can I do to fix this problem

For the error 0306, simply remove the lid of your system and clear the dust out/off of the lense and surrounding areas. (i.e. soft cloth, canned air, ect...) Hope this helps!

Jan 18, 2011 | Sharp CD-BA150 Shelf System

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Error 0306 same here

A few things you might want to check (if you're willing to take your unit apart):

One possibility is a faulty door open/close knob on the front panel (this is probably a soft touch micro switch). Check for electrical continuity when pressed. If it needs to be replaced, you can use one from a scrapped CD/DVD-ROM unit, just make sure it's of the same type, otherwise you can get it on ebay or from manufacturers like Switchcraft, Piher, etc.)

If the unit has a belt driven mechanism for opening the cd door (also called the cd tray unit), see if the rubber belt is broken or has lost tension - in such case the drive motor is not able to open the door. If this is, in fact, the case, you'll need to replace the drive belt.

You need to find out its diameter, standard sizes can be found on ebay, just use the nearest standard size that is slightly smaller than your old drive belt (an old belt gets slightly oversized and that's exactly what causes it to loose its drag power).

Some mechanisms have a plastic wheel with a rubber edge which is driven by torsion from a motor - see if the rubber is greasy, damaged or dusty (you can clean it with some alcohol), but a replacement for these may be difficult to obtain since it's probably a brand/model specific part.

Then there are also mechanisms that are driven exclusively by gears (check gears for any broken teeth, also, the motor could be the problem). These are, again, brand and model specific parts and may be hard to get.

Another thing to check are the door open/closed switches. These are a pair of metallic contacts somewhat alike to a relay contact. They are usually located somewhere underneath the tray, possibly near the front end. See if the metallic contact points are dark with oxydation, if so, clean them by smearing them gently with a piece of fine sandpaper (be careful not to damage them, they may have a clear plastic cap-arm that needs to be removed prior to cleaning). There are usually two sets of such contacts in each tray unit, one for door open signal and one for door closed signal, so check both of them.

You can test the door motor by disconnecting it and running it of a 3 to 4,5 volt battery. If the mechanism is ok, the tray should open on one polarity and close when you reverse the battery poles (don't force it though, just run it for a few moments so that you see if it works fine).

From here on the things to check are motor connectors (any broken wires or bad solder contacts?), drive IC's, electrolytic condensers associated to the door motor drive section on the main circuit board.

So, there's quite a bunch of things that might cause the problem, also, could be that the true cause is something else.

Anyhow, i hope you can find out what the trouble really is and fix it.


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Jul 25, 2009 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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Protect error on model # CD BA200 Sharp Stereo

If you are a technician desolder the Audio amplifier IC,and check if the stereo turn on but with no sound.If the stereo turn on the audio amplifier IC is in short circuit and need to be replaced.
Good luck

Jun 05, 2009 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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Error 0306

hi there, I suggest you should open the top cover of the cd tray, have a look inside do a little cleaning also when you screw back in, make sure you screw in properly( you propaply find that someone had open it up before and screw it back in really tight so the cd trey jam inside, or another alternative something might of broken inside and tha can stop the cd trey from opening. it happen to me before and thats how i fix it. good luck hope it works.. cheers

Oct 06, 2008 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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Cd belt

The belt is located within the cd mechanism, so you will have to take apart piece of it to change the belt. My advise is to let a professional do it, cause setting back the mechanism can be tricky if you don't know what your doing. Also, I have found in some of these units, the CD pickup tends to go faulty easily, so be aware.

Oct 04, 2008 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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Cd tray won't open

In the front side of the dvd drive you will see a small hole to eject that cd put one niddle in that hole and .
Now press the button at just after that apply a force on niddle .suddenly you will notice that cd will come outside ,if not try more times and you will learn to eject the cd when you are unable to do it by pressing the eject button...
Low feed backs hurt my ratings and I am tring to help you with your problem,so let me know that the information i given you is helpfull or not.

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Mar 01, 2008 | Sharp CD-PC3500 CD Shelf System

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Sharp CD-BA200 MIni Component Stero System

I've been messing with mine because it says no disc and I messed it up so it started saying this error. Unscrew the screws around the top (4 screws) and slide off the top cover. The small black rectangular box that sits over the eye/laser can be removed carefully by compressing the clips. Then the cd tray can be removed. I figured out this error was coming up because I had the tray out of alignment... so try to see if that's the problem with yours... also the eye itself slides (the entire mechanism it's on... slides away from and towards the place where the cd sits to be lifted and read) and it should be as close as possible to the area that lifts the cd. Sorry if this isn't making sense... trying to explain in the best way possible. The tray being out of alignment causes that error though.

Dec 15, 2007 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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Cd shelf will not open

There is a belt in the CD mechanism that may have to be replace. The part number of the belt is 92LBE231616.

Sep 16, 2007 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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Sharp cd -bp 1350w

I think that depending on if it is old usally before it dies it starts not wanting to open disc drive add coment if it is old or new...

Aug 20, 2007 | Sharp CD-BA200 CD Shelf System

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