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It appears CD ERROR every time i try to play a cd...it spins, but after 5-10 seconds it stops and the error is displayed.


If you've tried more than one cd that you KNOW works with other cd players, the sensor in the cd player could be dirty or damaged. If it's dirty, carefully clean it. If it's damaged, it will need to be professionally repaired (unless you're feeling very brave...).

Mar 03, 2011 | Blaupunkt San Remo CD31 CD Player

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CD drive not spinning up, why?


The Laser Pickup Assembly is the problem, usually caused by a weak laser pickup or a defective pladder motor that spins the cd's, one possible solution is clean the laser pickup lens with a Q-Tip and rubbing alcohol, if this fails the entire assembly must be replaced or buy new the cheaper option.

Jan 08, 2011 | Marantz CD-17 CD Player

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I have a pioneer 2050 mpg it keeps coming up error


It is possible that you player has got in a bad cd that had got entagled inside the mechanism orr doena damage into the system. If you are able to retrieve the cd fron the front without damaging the set please do it carefully other wise open the set's cover and carefully unwind the mechanism motor drive to retrieve. After this if a another cd goes in well and tracks your are lucky other wise, check if the cd drive is sppining well and the tracks are read if not clean the optical and try. if the cd goes in fine, spins and does not read then it could be a possible failure of the optical head. If not the loading mechansim should be checked for loading errors. check the motor drives for slippages or dirt. clean and try.check voltage onthe motor to confirm if motor has failed. Hopt this helps. Good day

Jul 14, 2010 | Mitsubishi Car Audio & Video

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CD rom not responding does not spin, play or eject


the cd player has gone bad. make sure you have it set to cd for sometime's things get alil stuck

Jan 12, 2010 | Nakamichi SoundSpace 5 Shelf System

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Disc inserts but doesn't spin


HI, this is a possible spin motor issue,. try to reset the main board by unplugging the unit for five minutes. If the unit continues to not spin the disk, when inserted, this will confirm the damage to the spin motor. It must be replaced, in this case, by the manufacturer or a local electronics repair depot.

Oct 21, 2009 | Marantz Audio Players & Recorders

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Cd disk player won't spin cd


HI, this is a basic spin motor fault. This unit will require service at this point. The actual affected motor is buried within the optical assembly, and will require a set of precision tools to disassemble correctly and safely.
Replacing this damaged spin motor will correct this issue.

Sep 10, 2009 | Teac PD-D2610 5-Disc CD Changer / Player

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Put a CD in and get message that says ER (Error?)...every CD that goes in spins, but does not play.


could be one of 2 things
use a cd lens cleaner to clean the laser lens .
or could be warped or damaged cds and player wont play them
also if they are burnt cd the player may be to old to read them.

Apr 26, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Cd player


RCA has had lots of bad laser pickups the past several years. It has to focus before it will spin. Sometimes they will focus and spin but still not read the disc. Unfortunatly that unit is a throw away and no parts or service literature is available from RCA/Thomson. So if cleaning it does not do it, you are probably out of luck. CD lens cleaning discs: Every CD, stereo equipment, department, discount, store - and even sidewalk venders - carries CD lens cleaning discs. Are they of any value? Can they cause damage? I generally don't consider CD lens cleaning discs to be of much value for preventive maintenance since they may just move the crud around. However, for pure non-greasy dust (no tobacco smoke and no cooking grease), they may not hurt and could even do a good enough job to put off a proper cleaning for a while longer. However, it's also possible they will ruin the lens. Consider that the worst thing to do to a precision optical surface is to wipe it with a dry cloth as this is likely to scratch the surface as it rubs the dust over it. To the lens, a speck of dust is like a boulder. Once the lens is scratched, replacement of the entire optical pickup is the only remedy. And, since there are absolutely no sorts of standards for these things, it is possible for a really poorly designed cleaning disc to damage the lens even if the dust itself is non-abrasive. In addition, if the cleaning disc doesn't look like a CD to the optical pickup or disc-in sensor, the lens it may not even spin. So, the drawer closes, the drawer opens, and NOTHING has been accomplished! (But at least no damage will be done.) As if this isn't enough, NEVER put one into a high-X CDROM (DVD player or DVDROM drive). The high speed rotation may cause the cleaning disc and/or player/drive to self destruct. And, don't try a cleaning disc on an automotive CD player that sucks in the disk - it will get stuck.

Dec 16, 2005 | RCA RS2505 CD Shelf System

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No Disc


If you sure that the system supports the disc's format.. and it wont play other discs... try to clean the CD lens. CD lens cleaning discs: Every CD, stereo equipment, department, discount, store - and even sidewalk venders - carries CD lens cleaning discs. Are they of any value? Can they cause damage? I generally don't consider CD lens cleaning discs to be of much value for preventive maintenance since they may just move the crud around. However, for pure non-greasy dust (no tobacco smoke and no cooking grease), they may not hurt and could even do a good enough job to put off a proper cleaning for a while longer. However, it's also possible they will ruin the lens. Consider that the worst thing to do to a precision optical surface is to wipe it with a dry cloth as this is likely to scratch the surface as it rubs the dust over it. To the lens, a speck of dust is like a boulder. Once the lens is scratched, replacement of the entire optical pickup is the only remedy. And, since there are absolutely no sorts of standards for these things, it is possible for a really poorly designed cleaning disc to damage the lens even if the dust itself is non-abrasive. In addition, if the cleaning disc doesn't look like a CD to the optical pickup or disc-in sensor, the lens it may not even spin. So, the drawer closes, the drawer opens, and NOTHING has been accomplished! (But at least no damage will be done.) As if this isn't enough, NEVER put one into a high-X CDROM (DVD player or DVDROM drive). The high speed rotation may cause the cleaning disc and/or player/drive to self destruct. And, don't try a cleaning disc on an automotive CD player that sucks in the disk - it will get stuck.

Dec 15, 2005 | Panasonic SC-AK300 CD Shelf System

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Won't play discs. Instead conitnuously rotates showing 20 segments per disc, no matter what.


Yanaha has had lots of bad laser pickups the past several years. It has to focus before it will spin. Sometimes they will focus and spin but still not read the disc. mybe you can try to clean the lens... CD lens cleaning discs: Every CD, stereo equipment, department, discount, store - and even sidewalk venders - carries CD lens cleaning discs. Are they of any value? Can they cause damage? I generally don't consider CD lens cleaning discs to be of much value for preventive maintenance since they may just move the crud around. However, for pure non-greasy dust (no tobacco smoke and no cooking grease), they may not hurt and could even do a good enough job to put off a proper cleaning for a while longer. However, it's also possible they will ruin the lens. Consider that the worst thing to do to a precision optical surface is to wipe it with a dry cloth as this is likely to scratch the surface as it rubs the dust over it. To the lens, a speck of dust is like a boulder. Once the lens is scratched, replacement of the entire optical pickup is the only remedy. And, since there are absolutely no sorts of standards for these things, it is possible for a really poorly designed cleaning disc to damage the lens even if the dust itself is non-abrasive. In addition, if the cleaning disc doesn't look like a CD to the optical pickup or disc-in sensor, the lens it may not even spin. So, the drawer closes, the drawer opens, and NOTHING has been accomplished! (But at least no damage will be done.) As if this isn't enough, NEVER put one into a high-X CDROM (DVD player or DVDROM drive). The high speed rotation may cause the cleaning disc and/or player/drive to self destruct. And, don't try a cleaning disc on an automotive CD player that sucks in the disk - it will get stuck.

Dec 13, 2005 | Yamaha CDC-501 5-Disc CD Changer

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