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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what i would suggest you to do is get a q-tip and a little bit of rubbing alcohol on the tip and gently clean the lens let it dry
Posted on Jul 17, 2007
SOURCE: GPX d2816 problem
hey i know what it is ...i had the same problem and i took the top off and found the whole carriage for the disc inside has slotted holes and is adjustable.i simply moved it around until it worked then tightened it into place. hope that helps...... good luck badsdaddy
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
SOURCE: Boombox CD player
Hi Could be bad spin motor, but the first thing to try is load the cd and put your ear to the unit and listen for a ticking sound...if there is, then the laser is trying to focus. If not ticking, there is likely a serious problem, and the whole unit should be replaced. If you hear the lense bouncing up and down, then it is likely a dirty lense or bad laser. To clean it, use a cotton swab and wet the end with at least 70% USP rubbing alchohol(99% better). Touch the swab to the lense and a drop should form on the lense, gently move the drop around to loosen any debris, and then use a dry swab and touch it to the lense to absorb the drop. Try the unit, and if it was dirt on the lense, it should work, if not the boombox should probably be replaced. Good Luck!
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
SOURCE: CD player/boombox
Alot of cd players, theres a tiny tiny pin hole you can fit maybe a sewing needle, or the end of a paper clip into... do it, and ull probably feel a lil resistance while the internal button is pushed...once u hear like u pressed it, the tray should open.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
SOURCE: Emerson PD6810 CD Boombox Error
My older model PD6810 had the spindle that holds the CD on the player missing causing the ER message to show and the player to stop working.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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