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Rcd-w1 drive door

Left side drive door does not open. I hear the motor running when I hit the "open" button, but the drive door does not budge. There is currently no cd in the drive.

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SOURCE: RCD-W10 Sony CD player/recorder left tray

Two things generally make this happen. One is electrical and the other physical, First check to see if a light comes on when it is supposed to be working. If not, you'll likely need to get it back to the shop from whence you bought it. You don't say whether this item is new or you've had it some time. The other physical problem is a disc left in the drawer which is not 'sat' down properly, effectively jamming the tray. If this is the case you will see the drawer trying to open. On the front of the CD drawer you will see a very small hole (big enough for an unbent and straightened paperclip) that is used for manually opening the tray. The pin does not have to go in very far and only slight resistance should be felt before the tray drawer opens. If this does not work ........ back to the shop where they open it up and sort the problem. I do not encourage people to open electronic deveices thyemselves as ther are many delicate parts inside that could inadvertantly be damaged. Despite which you would be invallidating any gaurantee you have on the product.

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You're trying to use a blank data disc. Use one that says "audio' or 'music". It's in the manual.

Posted on May 03, 2011

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What you need is a tape deck with 2 rca line outs L&R. Hook them up to the analog ins on the player. rec on deck b. Dont forget to get the right cdr's , i guess you need "music" or "Audio" crd-r's

Posted on Nov 03, 2011

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