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Sorry no solution for you. But I was wondering if you managed to fix yours. My D-C30 just has the same issue. 10 seconds of clicking and reading on another thread it sounds like the drive belt is broken and needs fixing.
Did you manage to find any instructions or spares etc to do this?
If your engine is running, but no belts are moving, you either have a belt broken, or the tensioner is broken. You need to have this fixed ASAP, as your vehicle wont have power steering or charging.
If the tray mechanism is belt driven, the belt may have become loose or is broken and needs to be replaced (usually the belts are of a standard measure and can be purchased in electronic stores or via internet), but if there are only gears to drive the tray mechanism then it could be broken teeth on a gear wheel, faulty drive motor or faulty motor driver electronics.
I've found a solution. Most likely you have broken the catch inside this part so it needs replacing but don't worry, it's relatively easy to do. The latch is the black piece of plastic behind the door with a claw sticking out. 1. First, email the manufacturer and and ask for a sample latch to be sent out to you. After a bit of research I finally found them. In the UK they make them in white so I ordered one of those as I think it looks better (part #DL1WH): http://www.richco-inc.com/component/jumi/search-parts.html?searchinit=true&searchtype=rohs&interest=DL-1&Submit3=Submit 2. Get a pair of thin pliers and carefully pull out the old latch. To do this pull on on any part of the outer rim. I used the lower edge. Don't worry of you damage it. You'll be throwing it away anyway. Just don't damage any of your speakers. 3. Slide the new latch into position and push into place. 4. That's it. All fixed!