Question about Marantz Audio Players & Recorders
When I manualy press the door button, door is not opening.If use the remote the door is not opening. In both cases the disc indication blinks for few seconds. When play button is pressed ,the play indicator blinks but it does not play.
You probably have a broken belt on the cd tray so it's neither open or closed, if the laser's ok thats why it wont play
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CD player won't play random
the most likely problem is a weak or failing optical pickup. try a cleaning disc first there may be dust on the lens. do not use any liquid to clean the lens. remember this is an optical system if it can't focus properly or "see well" it can't read.
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
Sounds like you have a powre supply issue. It could also be a display issue but if the display is working OK before you hit play I wouldn't think so. When you hit play does the display dim? If it does then the power supply is the problem. If not then the control board has a problem. Let me know how you make out.
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Posted on Feb 13, 2010
i had the same problem on a marantz cd-63 which is virtually identical
and it turned out to be a faulty button on the control PCB.
i replaced it with one out of a scrap PCB and all worked as it should.
hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2 year
There could be damage to the tray contact switches
(these tell to the control unit the position of the tray - open/closed), so that the control unit can start/stop and reverse the direction of the tray ejector motor.
These contacts are located somewhere underneath the tray (usually near the front unit cover), and since you mentioned that the tray was bumped while it was open, it is possible they were damaged. Also, the behaviour of the tray suggests that the control unit can no longer tell whether the tray is open or closed so it operates the tray motor in a wrong manner, which, again, points to these same contacts as the possible cause.
Repairing the contacts may be a somewhat delicate procedure, first you need to locate them (it may require partial disassemby of the tray mechanism), if they are bent a pair of tweezers might do the job, if there's hard damage, it's probably better to replace them (scrapped CD ROM units or a dead CD unit might be a good source, they just need to be of the same dimensions).
There may also be other causes for this malfunction, i just mentioned the first thing that i would check
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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