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The face won't open

I've had my CD player since Christmas, and its never done this until this summer. Whenever I push the "Open" button, it beebs like normal, but it doesn't open. It used to open after the air conditioner was on, or windows were rolled down, but now it won't open at all. Is it because of the heat? And is there anyway of fixing it or is my CD player just done for?

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Re: The face won't open

Can you pull the face out? If there is no sound at all coming from the head unit (besides the beep) there's a good chance the gear motor that controls the movement of the face is stuck or burnt. Now if there's a clicking sound, the gears may skipping which can be wear'n tear or misaligned gears. I wouldn't call you player done for though. I would take it out, inspect the motorized face machanism and post what you see.

Posted on Jul 27, 2007

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Normally I don't comment on threads such as these, but I've spent a long time figuring it out, and I thought I'd shared it with others. Hope you find this helpful.

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i'm sorry to tell you that the only solution is to go to a specialist to fix your CD player cause the mechanics of your laser sense or your laser sense is defficient. you can't do anithing by yourself.
maybe try to clean up your laser sense with a clean up CD, but i don't think that solves the problem
sorry for the bad news

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