Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If you hear the CD spin but nothing happens, most likely the lens on the laser pickup is dirty. You can take a q-tip dipped in alcohol (not dripping), rub the lens and gently blow it off with canned air. This will remove dust from under the lens as well. I don't recommend "lens cleaner CD's" that you can purchase as they sometimes rip of the lens.
If the CD does not spin up to the proper speed, it is the motor that spins the disk. This can be temporarily fixed by disconnecting the motor wires and using a 9 volt battery to spin the motor in each direction. The trick is to revers the direction while it is still turning in the opposite direction. This will hopefully burn off the carbon and debris in the motor contacts.
Posted on Apr 12, 2014
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