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Why does my eject button not work?

The eject button on my CD player when pressed makes a noise, but does not open. What can be wrong? How can I fix it? I just got it from a friend, he must have had it many years unused. Thank you in advance.

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The drive belt is either slipping or broken, keeping the cd tray from coming out.

Posted on May 12, 2014

Testimonial: "Thanks. I opened it. I see one belt and that one seems fine. When I pull gently the top part of the drive it opens. Do you have any ideas how to fix this? I can send a picture or a video."

  • n3evg May 14, 2014

    I believe the belt that seems fine is actually stretched, and when the motor tries to turn the eject pulley that the belt turns that it spins without moving the pulley. A new belt if you can find one will likely fix your problem.

  • Srdjan Ivanovic
    Srdjan Ivanovic May 14, 2014

    It sounds possible. Last question: where can I look for a belt?

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