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Apr 27, 2008 - Uploaded by Eric Barr
I have a Sony mini hifi stereo(pixy) and when ever I close the tray it continues to ... my cd player drawer opens ...
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I had the same problem with our 5-CD Sony carousel player CDP-C535
(manufactured Nov 1993). I removed the top metal cover, and loaded five
audio CDs into the carousel. After I closed the table, I pressed the
carousel tight so that it stayed close, and hit the play button. The CD
player tried to push the carousel out with quite a force. I needed to
warp me fingers around the front panel to keep the carousel closed.
After a few cycles of forcing the carousel to remain close, and caused
two separate strong "clucks" from the gear area, the CD carousel became
operational again. The diagnosis of gear problem seems right.
Broken gears. The current replacement 5 disc is a CD/DVD player and sells for $129.00 at Sony or any other Sony retailer. The cost to have a service center even estimate the repair would be more than 50% of the replacement cost. Hope this helps
First I think you should turn your player on and wait 5 - 40 minutes before before you start liste3ning music. because electrolytic capasitors may be little broken and those can repair themselves but it takes a while.
Good rule of thumb is that If you don't use every day an old device then you should give to it every time a soft start . like I mentioned earlier turn power on and wait.
Second try to play music cd which don't have any scratches and without any copyprotections
Third Disconnect power cable
Then open device and try to clean all dust.
Look for hairs and other difficult to see objects uselly you find at least one hair inside old cd player. If hair is around disk spindle it maybe difficult to remove.
Check that cd-disk makes good contact so remove even tiniest dust and hairs between cd-player and copact-disk. It may be called spindle or what ever but still try to clean it with Isopropyl alcohol and remove dust and filth.
Check laserlens and is there some dryed liquid stains if there is try to remove those with Isopropyl alcohol and swabs. Don't use any force and you can tear a top of swab little longer (about one inch) and you get swabs which are much easier to use these kind of delicate cleanings.
Lubricate every moving part with lithiumgreese don't make any mess.
This last fix is for most desperate ones. Connect the power cable and push eject and be carefull because you can get fatal electric shock. Disconect power cable. You can use extension cord which have on/off powerswitch. You can see six tiny trim pots. First take photo of those pots so you can undo all changes.
Change only one pot and only about 1/8 of turn. Turn power on and test if you make it worst or better. If you think you fixed the problem that is not the case ... yet. Then you have to make finall test and play a lot of music cd:s and after that you have fixed the problem.
Make notes which cd:s and what track your player don't play properly and use those cd:s to testing those trimpot changes.