i have an onkyo DXC390 6 disc cd player, and im having troubles
getting it 2 read the discs. I took the cover off and blow sum dust off
the laser area put it back together and it worked.
but ones i opened it a few times putting/taking cds out, it stoped working
and was wondering if u guys had a solution to my problem?
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Hello,that unit uses one laser and the tray brings each cd to that laser for it to be read.The fact that a particular disc is having problems leads me to believe the disc is at fault,look for scratches and/or fingerprints on its clear metallic side.
Cleaning discs aren't 100% effective. It's possible the pickup lens is still dirty and not able to read the CD. The best way to clean the lens is by gently swabbing with a cleaning solution designed for cleaning them, but it's not always easy to get clear access to the lens.
The laser may just be too weak now to work reliably. Their power does drop with aging and use. The pickup is replaceable, but part cost and labor may make it just as economical to buy a new player. (I fix these things, and I just bought a new player myself. It was only $20 more than a new pickup would have cost for my old Sony. A seller on eBay had a great deal on new 5-disc Onkyos.)
Also, is this playing any CDs at all? Some older players don't work well, if at all, with burned discs. If you're having trouble playing home-made discs but commercial ones play, this may be why. (It's also a symptom of pickup failure, though, so that may still be the trouble.)
remove the cover and gently clean the lens with a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol, then blow the lens dry. if all else fails, replace the optical pickup assembly (lens and spindle motor) or the whole player.
As per its user manual you cannot play back discs such as VCD (VIDEO CD) ,CD-R, CD-RW, CD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, etc., even though they may be labelled . Please refer to Onkyo DVC600 User Manual for more information.
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the play head of your device known as the ''lens'' is either dirty or bad thats why its selecting disc,try clean it with lens cleaner,if it still does the same thing call your technician,and tell him to change the lens for you.if he does the right thing ,it will work perfectly well.
The Blue back disc is CD format. The DVD laser circuit is giving you trouble. You can adjust the DVD pot some on the back of the Laser. Turn it about 3 degrees clockwise. Then put it the laser back in. Test the PS2 with no cover on, and use the white round disc from the laser drive cover to clamp a disc onto the spindle. Test DVD and PS2 Games that do not have Blue back.