Question about Pioneer PD-M406 6-Disc CD Changer
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
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.
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. .
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
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.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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