Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The best place to find your replacement power cord is to hunt for one at your local thrift stores , as many of the modern electronics now use a very similar power cord. You may find that if your local thrift store sells power converters , those black plastic ones with an a/c plug at one and ,sometimes the other side of that converter has a power cord that is plugged into that power converter. And if you are not easily ashamed , look down your own alley for people who throw their old electronics away ,. you may luck out and find just the right one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Below is an exploded view of Power Switch and board section and I hope will help you to fix power button issue.
Power switch board has one screw to open it and you will remount power button and put back in power board in unit.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
SOURCE: CDP 265 5-disc player
If the disc is actually loading but won't read, try cleaning the laser lens with a cotton swab. Unplug the unit and remove the cover to access the laser. Spray a small amount of glass cleaner on the swab and gently wipe the lens of the laser assembly. Use the other end to dry it and remove excess dust. The only way you can tell if the disc is loading is to remove the top cover and observe if the disc at least loads and spins. If it does, try that procedure.
If the disc doesn't come up to the loaded position and spin (spin the disc by hand to confirm this), your gears may be out of alignment. Take the disc out, and use a screwdriver to manually turn the gear from the bottom of the unit. The gear should be visible through a small hole in the bottom toward the front of the unit. Take a slotted screwdriver and turn it until you see the laser assembly come up to the clamp that holds the disc in place. You may have to force it slightly if the gear has skipped a notch, it might "pop" as it goes past the tooth. Make sure you are turning it in the same direction as it moves when loading a disc! Once you do that, the laser should come up completely and be able to clamp the disc and read it.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
There are 6 or 7 phillips head screws that keep the top on; remove them and pop the top. This will give you access to all CD's. Remove them all, then plug the unit back in and press the open close button and check for normal operation. If it still wont open, it's broken a gear and needs to be serviced. You may consider replacement of the unit if inoperative, the replacement model is priced at $129.00 and a repair would probably cost the same if not more. If you need further help, post a comment and I can help you further.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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