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Re: the cd turntable will not stay open to load/unload
The timing marks on the feeder gear and the tray gear have probably skipped a tooth from some one pushing it closed.there is a limit switch on the gear that tells the cpu to stop it.if it stops in the wrong spot,it will close after 10 seconds.take off the top cover.on the side of the tray on the right is a long track gear on the underside.there is a clip that hold it from coming out.push it and remove the tray.
check the timing marks on the other two gears .then reinstall the tray
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The top arm that swings over the spindle will control the automatic return. Leave the unit off. Swing the overhead holding top arm over and manually load a record. Now switch the top arm over the niddle spindle. Make sure that the switch is set for 7", 10" or 12" (45, 78, or 33). Manually place the tonearm at the start of the record and flip switch to 'play' (not reject or auto). It should play the whole record and automatically eject at the end and then shut off. Leave the arm swung over the middle after you loaded the record. Good luck. Let me know if you have any more questions.
I had the same problem and found the cure for it. The drive belt was streched and when it started to close on the disc, the belt would slip and eventually show loading error..The two belts cost $4.50 at belts plus. Hope this helps you
This unit will shut down if unloaded for a set period of time. Usually 5 to 10 minutes. This time could be longer if some one has changed it from the factory setting. There is a timer in the control box that starts counting down when the unit unloads. If it stays unloaded long enough for the timer to count down the unit will stop until the air pressure drops to the low set point on the pressure switch. It will then start up. If the unit loads before the counter counts down the timer starts from the beginning when it unloads again. This cycle continues until you manually shut it down or you stop using air long enough for the timer to reach Zero and shut down.
It sounds like the unload valve might be clogged up. Try taking it off anf cleaning it back up. If the compressor is older or has had a lot of use sometimnes when the rings wear oil and gunge will get into the valve and gum it up. good luck
Try this:1. Remove the cover (2 screws on each side & 3 in the back).
2. Find a small white arm (more or less cylindrical, about 1" diameter, & about 3/4" long) and a longer (4-5"?) thin black arm in the center of the unit. These parts load/unload CDs to/from the playing area. You should see that a little knob on the white piece has jumped out of its track in the black piece.
3. Carefully put the knob on the white piece back in its track in the black piece. That should do it.
Hi, Insert the enclosed software cd into your computer. Follow the instructions on the computer screen to install the software. If the software does not load automatically, browse the cd and open the Read Me folder for further instructions. Connect the small end of the USB to the USB jack on the back of the unit. Connect the other end to a USB port on your computer. On your computer open the Record Recording software. For instructions on operating the Record Recording software, browse the software cd and open the Read Me folder.
I got that from the manual. You don't need a separate USB driver for it, mate, but you DEFINITELY need the cd...
you may have to open the unit up and manually turn the unload and load gear to eject the DVD from the carriage. The load and unload gear is a round gear located under the DVD carriage and is attached to the load and unload motor