I have Philips DVD/Audio Shelf System MCD702/37. But for some reason the disc no longer rotates and the player keeps showing "loading disc". I can hear the sound of some kind of motor trying to rotate the disc, but nothing happens.
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it sounds like the "Tray" loading belt has stretched, You could try cleaning it, this would prove a point but will need replacing. the belt is small (about 20mm diameter) and is located under the disc tray near to the front, removing/replacing it will require the hifi to be dismantled.
Try using a cleaning disc, run it for about 20 to 30 seconds. If that does not help you do not really have any other options, RCA does not sell parts for the audio equipment anymore. They stopped about a year ago or more. I work at a authorized RCA service center and we can not repair any of the RCA audio equipment because of this.
The problem with your CD player is most likely the laser pick up, when it goes bad it can not read the disc's so it thinks there is no disc in it. The laser pick up is the most common reason for your type of problem.
If it is under the RCA warranty still you can send it to them and get a free replacement, if not under warranty you may as well trash it and buy a new one from a different manufacturer. The RCA audio equipment is not very good quality. That is the reason they no longer offer parts for them, it is cheaper for them to give you a new one than to pay a service center to fix it.
The laser lens in your player might be dirty or failing.
Try the following solutions:
Clean the laser lens with a DVD player lense cleaning disc.
Lense cleaning discs are available at many electronics retail store.
Sorry i can't help you more.