Question about Marantz Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The only way to do it is to remove the radio using DIN radio removal tool - then you will have easy acces to remove cd's if you do not have this tools try to use coat hanger (do small catss on the ends)
(you can try to hold eject button and swich off - swich on button - probably it will not work but try few times
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
From what I have been told, you would need to reset the unit. With a reset, basically disconnecting the battery cable you would need a four digit code. It was one that came with the car or the radio. It will put it into safe mode as if the radio was stolen. Once it is in safe mode you would then need to punch in the 4 digit code. That will reset the unit and allow the radio to begin working. If you do not have the 4 digit code you would then need to take it to a dealer and have them reset the code. I was told it would only be about $25 at almost any dealer.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
I have fixed this problem in 2 Legatos. But don't attempt this if you have no experience with electrical equipment.
You need to open the case (4 screws deeply recessed in the back panel, 3 screws securing the speaker terminals and the phono socket block, and the nut and plastic washer holding the aerial socket. Gently ease the rear panel back enough to access the rear of the CD mechanism. Under the CD laser assembly carriage, there is a small trim pot (with a yellow cross-head adjuster screw). I found a small anticlockwise adjustment got the CD player working again. (I assume this trimmer increases the gain of the optical sensor amp.) Secure the rear panel before powering on again to test. It may require a little trial and error to recover the full functionality of the CD.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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