Question about Sony CDP-CE375 5-Disc CD Changer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony megastorage 300 cd changer
Hi There are many things that can cause your problem, I can tell you the most likely ones, but I recommend you don't take the unit apart, as the mech. in a 300 disk changer is complicated & delicate, and you may just cost yourself alot more money than getting it repaired. The symptoms you sescribe can be caused by failing laser pickup, dirty laser lense (especially if you've done home renvations with drywall), split drive gear that moves the laser on the sled rails, or even a hair or piece of dirt in the gear teeth of that same gear. The unit will play fine, until it hits the tooth where the debris are, then it skips, or jumps back a bit and starts again until it hits the same spot. Also..badly scratched or finger printed disks will cause that, but that is the first thing most people check. I wish it was something you could repair yourself, but my best advise is to take it to a reputable repair shop, and hope it is not a bad laser, as that is a fairly expensive repair. Hope this helps, Good Luck!
Posted on May 04, 2007
CD PLAYER WILL RESET BY ITS SELF WHEN MAINS SWITCH IS PUT ON, SOUNDS LIKE YOUR MECH IS JAMMED TRY TO FIGURE OUT WHICH GEAR UNLOADS THE PLAYER DRIVE AND ALSO UNLOAD MANUALLY
Posted on May 18, 2007
I reckon that they are not being put back correctly by the loading mechanism! This is a common problem with these units. It is highly unlikely that they are actually falling off the carousel.
Open the unit, and watch it as it loads and replaces the cd's from the carousel. You will probably find that instead of grabbing the disc off of the spindle and putting it back, it might be grabbing before the cd is even in its grip. This then simply bumps the cd out of the way, and it will fall inside of the unit.
The good news is that it can be fixed with a bit of very gentle bending and persuading. But be very carefull when doing this!
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
If ure an expert, then open up the set, check for alignment balancing for the gears and see if the belting has worn out. Pioneer till today uses belt for ejecting. Belt usually the issue.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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