When one inserts the cartridge of CDs the machine accepts #1 then replaces it. After all six CDs have been accepted, then rejected, it stops. As this process happens rather quickly, no CD is read, therefore nothing plays. Also, this unit has been instorage for ten years
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Re: Cannot get music CD's to read.
The lens have a bad habit of falling out of the optic assemblies. They are held in with only a 2 dabs of glue. You can VERY CAREFULLY glue it back in. It is a plastic lens and affected badly by the wrong type of glue. Use a craft/modelling glue. DO NOT USE SUPER GLUE It will cloud the lens and render it useless.
Remove the lid and remove the 4 screws that retain the laser traverse assemly(it has a brown flexifilm attached to it). dont UNPLUG ANYTHING
Gently turn the entire optics assembly over by carefully maneuvering it(there is an earth strap to unscrew that may make it easier).
Wit the assembly facing upwards, refit the lens back into the laser assembly, ensuring that it is sitting entirely flat
Then use a tiny dab of glue( I use a Tarzan's Grip, a craft glue ) to EITHER SIDE of the lens making sure that it is dabbed on both the lens and the mount that it fits into
Let the glue go off(couple of hours)
Clean the lens with a cotton tip moist with windex(glass cleaner), and then again another dry one to be sure there is no smear left.
Remount the traverse assembly and test
Check that the rubber suspension mounts have not perished also If they have collapsed(they should sit within about 1mm of the retainer screws when refitted), they will need to be replaced also. You will need to get them from a Pioneer service center. They are about $1.00 each.
APPLY SPARINGLY. Glue everywhere or on the face of the lens can easily destroy the coating.
This method works 4 out of 5 times without having to do the grating adjustments on the optics. And save you $100 for new optics and time to set them up. Good luck, and dont forget to rate me "FixYa" If you need more advice on these players... i have fixed hundreds of them. They are well worth repair and hard to replace with anything similar. .
On the face of this machine find the vertical button row which selects discs 1-6. Take a can of Air Duster and blow out the dust from around these buttons as thoroughly as possible. Now plug the set in and turn the power on an let it sit over night powered up to cook out the moisture.Now insert the magazine and give it a try.It worked in my seemingly hope...less case.Good luck.
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Your copier is not accepting your black toner cartridge (F2-71 Cyan, F2-72 Magenta, F2-73 Yellow). It either is not inserted properly, the packing tab is not removed from the back, or a faulty cartridge. Often 3rd party cartridges that the manunfacturer "guarantees" will work will bring this code. In short, the copier is rejecting your black toner cartridge and you should replace it.
troubleshooting advice below-try steps in order until the problem is resolved.
Be sure to check your disc to make sure it is flat. You can
check this by putting the disc upside-down on a flat surface. If the
disc is bowed up on any side or in the center, do not use the disc as it
may get stuck in the drive.
Make sure you a
e inserting the disc far enough for the drive
mechanism to activate. Discs must be inserted at least three-quarters of
the way into the drive, and often nearly all the way in, before the
drive will pull them in.
Make sure the disc is completely inserted in the drive. The
disc-insert cycle runs the motor for about 6 seconds. If, for whatever
reason, a disc is not completely inserted, the drive will reverse and
push the disc back out of the drive.
Since the entry slot can be tight at first, give the drive 1 or 2
seconds to accept the disc and pull it in on its own. If the drive
struggles with injecting discs or injects them part-way then stops,
inserting a disc multiple times should correct the issue.
Restart the macbook.
Do not use discs that have anything attached to them or dangling from them (such as "sweeper" or cleaning discs).
If the drive repeatedly does not insert media fully, or accept
media at all, please contact Apple, contact an Apple-Authorized Service
Provider, or make an appointment with an Apple Retail Store for
additional troubleshooting, evaluation, or service.
It sounds pretty clear from this problem description that your optical drive has gone bad and requires replacement. If you have posted under the correct model type, you have an "Early '09" model iMac and thus this repair should be covered under warranty.
There are various ways to hide the tracked changes or comments — butall the changes that were made while the Track Changes feature wasturned on and all the comments that were inserted remain part of thedocument until they are accepted or rejected (or, in the case ofcomments, deleted).
Word 2007 provides a feature called Document Inspector thatallows you to check any document for tracked changes, comments, hiddentext, and other personal information. To check a document:
Open the document you want to inspect for tracked changes and comments.
Click the Microsoft Office Button , point to Prepare, and then click Inspect Document.
In the Document Inspector dialog box, click Inspect.
Review the inspection results. If Document Inspector finds comments and tracked changes, you are prompted to click Remove All next to Comments, Revisions, Versions, and Annotations.
Click Reinspect or Close.
To get rid of tracked changes and comments, you need to accept or reject the changes and delete the comments. Here's how:
On the Review tab, in the Tracking group, click the arrow next to Show Markup.
Make sure a check mark appears next to each of the following items:
Insertions and Deletions
Reviewers (Point to Reviewers and make sure that All Reviewers is selected.)
If a check mark does not appear next to an item, click the item to select it.
On the Review tab, in the Changes group, click Next or Previous.
Do one of the following:
In the Changes group, click Accept.
In the Changes group, click Reject.
In the Comments group, click Delete.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all the tracked changes in the documenthave been accepted or rejected and all the comments have been deleted.
If you know that you want to accept all the changes, click Accept, and then click Accept All Changes in Document.
If you know that you want to reject all the changes, click Reject, and then click Reject All Changes in Document.
To remove all comments, you must delete them. In the Comments group, click the arrow next to Delete, and then click Delete All Comments in Document.
if you are using good,new,cd,r and no accept try to do this in a room with no light put in operacion the cd player see what happens......if the same time to change for a newone or sendit to repair shop
This is a common problem. You need to be sure that the toner and drum unit are seated correctly. I assume you. You may also want to try a different toner in case the chip is bad on it.
The following has been known to work also. Open front cover leaving the toner cartridge and drum unit in.
Press the Options button,
When "Replace Drum?" comes up quickly press the Start button.
Immediately press the "1" and "0" button. The display will say "Accepted" and the error will go away.
You need to this these pretty quickly.