Pioneer PD-F505 lower CD door closer spring has sprung LOOSE!
Pioneer PD-F505 lower CD door closer spring has sprung loose. Anyone know how to reattach? Also CD's are not getting loaded correctly, the lower white arm does not rise quite enough to get the CD into the "player" mechanism/head. Any ideas? Anyone have a service manual for this unit???
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Here is the manual:
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I have downloaded the file, it is clean and it is the correct manual for your CD player.
my pd f100 disc pioneer is blinking and the first 25 disc compartment was sticking...i opened and found the main loading system was in the way of the 25 disc compartment...the compartment was rubbing on the loading system...i am trying to back up my loading system without breaking to re start the process and stop blinking...if anyone can help let me know...marc---- yours is probably starting to rub....also,the sping under the compartment needs crazy glue so it doesn't shift....that is another sticking factor i found on mine also.the spring wants to move underneath... open your panel and make sure not to touch any circuit boards...some of them --you have to be grounded or you'll fry it....
When you said it sitted there.Did you have the screw lock on or not ? It could be the loading belt or the arm lever broken this arm it move from left to right to pick up the disc
However this model require a qualifier Tech trained from Pionner to dismantle or repair. I suggest to bring it to Pionner or 1 of the service center for Pioneer
Sound like laser assy defected in any case you need a Technician from Pioneer or they are trained by Pioneer is very complicated to remove the laser and replace it you need an osilloscope to aligment a new laser and special disc to do that. It might not worth to repair it, the laser itself a bout $110.00 Aus
The short answer is no, but that is not really usefull. If I remember this model correctly, the movement is controlled by a motor/belt assembly. The positioning is read by a photo sensor setup. These mechanisms are known for getting confused. This is not a repair that should be attempted by anyone without prior servicing experience. There are specific dis-assembly/re-assembly sequences to insure proper alignment of the mechanism. Expect a repair cost af around $100 for this with an additional $15 or so if the sensors need to be replaced.
They tend to break... and the cure is to replace the arm. This involves removing the transport and then splitting it, replacing the load lever, and then refitting transport. Be careful not to break the transport limit switch mounted to the chassis when removing and refitting the transport. Not an easy job for the "non handyman". Take it to a Pioneer agent if you don't feel confident. Good luck. "FixYa" rating would help my profile. Thanks