Question about Philips MX5500D System
When we turn the system on and select disk (1 through to 5) the unit makes a sound as if changing disks but will not open any of the compartments. I am hoping that my one and a half year old did not circumvent my sophisticated security system on the entertainment cabinet (a twistie tie around the handles) and jammed a disk or something into one of the disk compartments, Are there any other likely scenarios and associated fixes or will I have to take it apart or worse pay someone else to.
These mechanisms are pretty complicated, and yes there could be a goodies jammed inside the unit to prevent the unit to operate. But a lot of the times when these units jam up, it is because of the unit going out of timing due to a broken gear. This really should be looked at by an authorized Phillips servicer, as they would have all of the proper documentation and equipment to service it properly. Good Luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1. Possible Problem w/ Main Board PCB
2. The dive laser assy replace. or full complete 5 Disk changer ROM
3.More chance problem w/ Main Board
4. Problem w/Main board need replace it.
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2. If any peripheral devices, except the optional external CD-ROM drive unit
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4. When the message Press <F2> to enter SETUP appears, press F2. The
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7. In Boot Sequence of the Main menu, set CD-ROM Drive to the top of the list;
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8. In the Exit menu, confirm Exit Saving Changes is highlighted and press
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You cannot change the operating system from the first choice.
10. Read the message on the screen, and select the way to recover your system;
then, press Enter.
11. Read the message and select Continue; then, press Enter.
12. Read the message and select Continue again; then, press Enter.
13. If you see the message asking you to insert the Product Recovery CD-ROM
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14. If you see the message asking you to insert the Product Recovery CD-ROM
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15. If you see the message The Operating System has been recovered
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16. When the message Press <F2> to enter SETUP appears, press F2. The
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17. In the Exit menu, select Load Setup Defaults; then, press Enter twice.
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