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There's a possibility that the somewhere within the CD changer's mechanism there is something jamming the gears which allow it to open. I remember there was one time the CD changer wasn't opening and it turned out a cd was under in the CD changer's mechanism and I have no idea how it got there. In order to fix your problem you'd most likely have to open the unit and take the CD changer out but don't be afraid, opening and operating on this system is pretty much straight forward.
this kind of repair requires certain skils and knowledge about the cd changer mechanism. Please claim for an in warranty repair or replacement of the system.
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hi there i know wht is problem rotary changer systems like 5 disic or 3 dics chnager.i have 2 oprions for that 1 is,from cd chnager belt small belt between motor another also mechanism like small tears lack white if there not good oily enaugh,maybe stock with tooth,DO u hear motor when u tray chnage disc 1;2;3? if motor burn rotary change then never will work,Some times belts getting older in cd rotary changers.the gey slepery,like flashy,but i hope will help your problem.Regards,Emil
Hello There is some mechanical trouble with the tray loading mechanism. you must ahve thorough knoledge and experience in repairing changer mechanisms. Unlike individual disc mechanisms, changers will have more alignment points and gear wheels. Moreover, there will be spring, which will have high strength. As you try to open the mechanism, the spring will slip out. It is a very hard job for an unexperienced person to refit this spring in position. OK.
HI... You wont be able to play any new format CDs on an old Fisher or any other older make . It 's the internal decoder logic that's needed. And older players dont have it. As far as top-loaders..Do a websearch . I dont know of any.
It had to happen.... Af6ter having worked on more than 50 of these kinds of mechs i can definitely say they get old fast! What you will need to do is realign the cd changer if you are willing to put about 4 hours work into this then let me know and i will see if i can hunt down the realignment manual for you.