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No Disc Light

The "No Disc" light comes on. CD's are correctly inserted. What's the problem?

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HI, the Optical lens assembly has failed. either the attached motor has failed or, the lens has burned out.

this assembly will need to be replaced as a whole by the manufacturer in this case. the replacement parts are not available for consumer purchase.

Contact pioneer for a repair ticket asap.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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