I have the same prob i stripped it all down and when putting a disc in to see what happens it stuggles to spin, if i give it a lil help it plays a treat but this only half solves the problem as i cant have the unit open as i have a 7 month old baby on the move
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very simple make sure power is off take old one down and hang new one hook up wires black to black white to white and ull have probably a blue wire from light hook it up to the black wire also then screw fan to the electrical box and lastly put on blades and sometimes u have to balance it with lil weights this is a pain and tedeous but usually dont have to do this turn ur power on and check
sounds like ur door switch is either bad or not getting pushed in it should have a lil arm on the door that goes in a hole and pushes a switch this is a safety switch so arms dont get broke my brother n law did this it can happen hes a bright one but turn it on the spin cycle and get a screwdriver and push the switch in and see if it starts if not take switch off and unhook wires unplug unit first and check continuity thru he switch it should have continuity thru it when switch is pushed and not when the switch is not pushed inp.s. they can be a pain to get to sometimes
Hello, If the disc does not spin it will cause the optical reader to not read the disc, which will give you the "no disc" or "invalid disc" error. If a disc will not spin, the most common cause of this is due to a spindle motor malfunction. The good news is that it can be fixed on average of between $70-90 dollars depending on what service repair technicians charge in your local area. You can fix the problem yourself if you have the patience and a bit of knowledge, but I can tell you from first hand experience it is a pain to do this.
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This sounds like a samsung drive, the laser is probably dead or on its way out or it could also be the small belt that is stretched and to weak to shut the drive properly, either way the machine will need to be stripped down and repaired.
Check the spindle height. The platters sometimes slip down the shaft, or the spindle motor bearing drops and the platter gets closer to the lens.
check that the spindle motor has not become lazy and "poling". give it a few spins. then try to read a disc again.
Clean the laser lens with a cotton wool bud moist with windex glass cleaner. Then "polish the lens with a dry one.
the spindle motor top bearing is worn and the payer mistracks as the armature moves about under the changing drive conditions. Makes the player mistrack and skip. More likely to happen at the start of a disc, because the disc is spinning fastest whilst reading the TOC.
A drop of light machine oil from a syringe oiler can help the bearing to spin an not produce the knock. Only a short term fix to give the motor a "lube". Once the oil leaches out of the worn bearing the problem will return. I have run motors immersed in an oil bath to rejuvenate them before... but better to replace it anyway if its suss at all. Good luck, You could bump my profile by giving me a "FixYa" rating for my sharing my "knowhow". Any problems check back with me here.