I opened my player up and watched the disc go in,,then it loads ,then it spins,,but it spins like its jumped off track ,,so to speak,,then the machine stops and the tray brings the disc back out..its like the disk is not being held down firmly as it starts to spin and the machine reads this and stops,, bringing the disk back out ....what is causing the disk to start to spin out of control,,it does not look like anything is broken??
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This could be because of a damaged lens , where the dvd player tries to recognize the disc but is unable to do so and then either sends the disc back i.e. the tray opens up or the message no disc loaded is displayed.
I suggest you to :-
Clean the lens with a lens cleaner available in the market and load any disc in the player to check if it's working fine.
Get the lens replaced from the market and the problem should be solved.
Hi, Pioneer CLD-V860 is an old model laser disc player and you need to have service manual copy to get error code details as we do not have related service manual copy. Required service manual copy can be downloaded from HERE for small fee and service manual has all technical info about this unit, schematics, troubleshooting chart, part numbers etc. Hope this info will help you. Thanks.
It sounds like the read head assembly is not resetting back to the starting point so it can start off reading the "A" side of the next disc. Probably turning it off and then on resets it back to the start of the "A" side. You might try flipping the disc manually to the "B" side, let it go and then try another disc to see if it works.
One of the common causes is a small crack in the ribbon cable that connects the optics assembly to the PC board. This cable is moved all the time when the optics move and when the assembly turns over. This is not a repair I would recommend to a novice. The cable is still available last time I checked and is simple to replace for anyone that has worked on these before. The tray must be removed to do this and it is tricky to re-align properly. I think the cable runs between $20-$30.
Ooops, in my efforts to find laser disc INFO I ended up in a completely irrelevant category; because there no longer exists a Laser Disc category. So I shall abandon the laser disc player as technologically obsolete (there goes still another species of dinosaur off to the fossil beds) and give up on seeing those movies in color.
The "no disc" message will show up any time the unit tries to play a disc and fails. This can be because the lens is dirty or the optics have failed. Try opening up the unit and cleaning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. If that does not resolve the problem, the optics are failing and will need to be replaced.
I don't have a solution at this time. I have the same DVD player and mine stopped working this past weekend. It is doing the same thing as yours. I opened the case and loaded a disc and watched the mechanism. The disc won't spin. if you tap the disc it will start spinning and load and start playing. I thought I had fully fixed it. It will load most times but now the video and audio stutters as if the discs is spinning at varying rates.