Question about Technics Audio Players & Recorders
More than likely 1 of 2 things (or both) have failed...
1) CD Mechanism failure. This is the actual lens and CD tray that holds the CD.
2) The load motor. This is the motor that controls the movement of the CD lens.
If either of these has failed, you'll need to replace the CD Mechanism entirely. All depends on the model CD player you have. If it's a Technics, 99.9% chance part is no longer available, since the ENTIRE Technics line is no more. So the only parts you will find are what is left. They do not manufacturer anything new.
Posted on Jun 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your explanation is vague, so start with the basics:Check your CD's for scratches and foreign materials stuck or spilled on them, including greasy fingerprints. Try to run a cleaner if you have one, and visually check the inside for any foreign objects that could have accidentally gotten in there. More specific details would help a ton more. thanks
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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