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Denon CD deck

I switch on the DCD-500AE and it says,'Reading', then 'no disc', which is how it should be. I put in a CD and it displays 'loading'. Then the total tracks are displayed. I press to play the first track, and number 1 is displayed. The moment the music starts, the display goes off but the music plays OK. I then press the second track and the display returns and shows Number 2 but once the music plays, this display (number 2) goes out again. It's the same when using the remote control. When I press any track, the whole display lights up and I can see where I am, but once the music plays, the screen goes blank again. Once the CD has finished and the last track played, the display returns and shows the last track number and the displays remains lit up. I've tried both bought CDs and self-created ones and all play successfully; albeit without a display screen.

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This unit needs a service visit. It may be a common problem with that model but to me it sound like a power supply issue as when you play a disc more power is used to rotate motors and move the sled. This is indicating to you that it is in a weakened condition and will soon fail more significantly. The problem may be as little as a solder joint or a defective Filter capacitor which is common in some models of equipment.

Posted on Dec 13, 2012

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  • Maureen Stephens Dec 13, 2012

    Thank you ever so much for your reply. So far I had tried those CD/DVD cleaner discs but it didn't make any difference. The deck was bought on 25-10-2009 and it's a lovely machine. We would have taken it to our local store but they don't exist anymore. I've searched online and found A Denon dealer in York to ask if they know of a local dealer who could look at our CD deck.

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    Sam Palermo Dec 13, 2012

    Funny as it may seem repair shops are either closing or they charge a high amount of money to not effectively repair a unit- I hear this sometimes threre times a day from the customers who bring or ship units to me. There are two crooked shops in Chicago that do that. I primarily work on tape decks of the Teac/Tascam brand as well as other equipment. I have very few machines I can not repair as I have been doing this for over 40 years. The way the manufacture wants you to fix the unit is to buy a new one. Some people do not like to do that and they have it sent or brought to a repair shop. If you are good at repairing units on your own, a search on the internet about such a problem will give you the answer sometimes. You will need to know how to solder and have the equipment and parts in hand to do the job. There really is no magic way to fix something that needs to be worked on by a Technician. So you are left with either buying another unit or having that one repaired.

  • Maureen Stephens Dec 17, 2012

    Thank you very much for your reply, it was a great help to me. I have since found a local dealer here in the UK and will take the deck in. Thank you once again for all your help

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Check your lens on the laser....is it dirty? IF so it needs to be cleaned....STOP !!!......the laser lens is on the focusing mechanism, which is EXTREMELY delicate.

TO clean the lens, get a Q-Tip and some distilled water ( the lenses are plastic, so do not EVER use alcohol, cleaners, window cleaners,etc... on the lens. These will make the lens cloudy and you will then have to replace the mechanism).

Moisten the Q-tip ( Not to the point where it is dripping, but just moist ), and CAREFULLY clean all dust and dirt off the lens. Wait 10 minutes untill the lens has dried completely and try it then.

Hopefully this solved your problem. Dirt is the enemy of all Optically read formats.

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How confident are you at opening it up? And where are you? If it can get table of contents info it could be gummed up grease on the laser sled.

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This could be a possible worn laser pick-up problem.

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This problem is usually caused by dust or smog accumulating on the laser lens assembly. Unplug the unit and remove the top cover. Take a cotton swab and wet one end with glass cleaner. Wipe it gently across the lens (do not apply pressure). Use the other end of the swab to dry the lens. Reassemble the unit and test for skipping or non-playing discs.

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first clean the laser lens,and if this not solve your problem change the motor disc spindle

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