Hi i have a cd stacker and a cd got jammed, so i took it out of the car opened it up and tryed unjamming it by using a knife, and unfortuntly i cut one of the ribbings inside. any suggetions where i can get another ribbon from. thanks
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Does it happen only with that specific CD? Try playing another CD and see if problem persists. If it does - get a new CD player; If not, your audiobook CD might be damaged/scratched... Try getting another copy of it.
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yes you are right , it is possible that a cd has got caugh in the mid transffer and got logged in. Unless it shifts to the end position to rest will it eject well. The humming you hear is the motor trying hard to eject. Open carefuly and look inside , do not use force but try to guide the cd carefully assisting it to slide within or out of the slot. Plase rrepeat this and tthe cd will free itselt and you will have a working set. Please check all cd again before reinserting as they may be warped. helpful Good day
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Dust may not be the entire cause, but without knowing the make and model, anything I list would be pure speculation. Please post the make and model. That should give me enough info to list the probable problems and their solutions.
take a small flat (watchmaker) screwdriver
open the battries cartige an look for the springs that connect and holds the battries
shive the screwdriver between the last coil of the spring and extend it (for better connection)
check with brand new battries
look inside the inlet ac adapter and look for a little silver tab
shove the screwdriver inside and make some distance from its position (for better connectin)
check with the ac adapter
if that didnt worked then
check the play button - maybe it got bad connection
open the cd player
look at the play button - there is rubber between the button and the board
clean the connection with borad with some alcohol
assemble it all toghter and see if good
sounds like one of those "ghost in the machine" thing