Question about LG CD Players
I just bought the LG XC120 Micro hi-fi system and when i leisten to CDs on low volume (maybe up to 7) i can hear the sound of the CD unit or CD turning inside the unit. Is this normal? when i increase the volume, it covers the sound of the CD turning inside.
SOURCE: noisy at very low volume!
I had the same problem... if it's mechanical... this is the solution....under the lid is a free floating magnet clap which centers and sits on top of the dics when the lid is closed.This rides to low when the lid is down and rubs on the inside lip of the lid which prevents the clap from falling out... solution... cut a piece of scotch tape the same size (circle) as the inside magnet surface of the clap... stick it on...now the clap with magnetic clap as before but will be a few 1000ths higher...mike
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
SOURCE: cant eject cd, no sound
HI, you have a damaged IC chip on the main board that is not allowing proper sound distribution at this time and, the load motor on the CD assembly is also damaged. this is the reason for the trapped CD that wont eject.
Unfortunately, Micro dose all of its repairs in house and you will have to send this unit to the Micro techs for this repair.
Posted on May 21, 2009
Your problem is not very uncommon in CD players.Your player is not dead, just the lens mechanism. It may be a simple error such as "out of alignment" or it may need replacement. Please be aware that the lens mechanism is the most expensive part in a CD/DVD player+ Service you can get a new player for that price. You may want to get a quote so that you can decide whether you want to get it fixed or buy another.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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SOURCE: I have a Sony Mini
It is not possible to cheaply fix the problem, that is for sure. It is mechanical failure on the part of the mechanism. Have you tried unplugging it for a good 10 minutes, then replugging it in? As soon as you plug it back in immediately try to eject the cds. If this does not do it you will be forced to basically break open the cd player to get them out :(.
I'm so sorry about the bad news there, hopefully a "reboot" will at least let you eject them out of there
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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