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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try to play a song from original cds.
maybe you brunt it in mp3 file, or its a different format. try to burn your song to cd-r.
if still, try to use nero to burner..
if it wont play your original cds and burnt cds,then the optical lens or the board is broken.
hope I helped you.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
i supect all it is, is dirt on the laser , but un plug it leave it like that for a while and then plug it back in i doubt it is confused as what you are describing is a dity laser symptom, donot buy a laser cleaner, but clean the laser wih a coton bud or cue tip with no liquids, it is a small glass eye,just twist bud on top, unplug fist laser can damage vision. pleqase leave feedback
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
6 or 7 phillips head screws. 2 or 3 across the back and two on each side. Slide the top towards the back then up. You will be able to get to all CD's with the top off. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
I have the same problem and have just lived with the B deck for over a year. Just now with nothing to lose, I decided to open it up. I don't have a clue about the inner workings, but was on a mission to at least rescue the 3 discs that were held prisoner. I'm happy to say that not only did I rescue my discs, but I'm listening to a disc in tray 2 right now. All the trays now work. I don't know if my disc was jammed in the player or what the problem was, but it seems the act of removing the disc from the deck made all the difference. If you want to try this, take the 6 black screws out (top 2 on rear panel, 2 on left and 2 on right panel) lift the panel straight up to remove it. you'll see the white framework that houses the trays and the play deck near the rear. In retrospect I should have opened up the play deck first since that may have been the source of the problem. I suggest you try that. There are two tiny screws on each side of the framework. Not sure if you need to remove the two screws with the washer heads. I think they just hold the disc clamp head in place. Again, I'm trying to save you unnecessary work, but remove them if it still doesn't come off. Once you get the top of the deck off, you should be able to access your disc. Take it out, then plug in the player to see if the deck starts to operate. I was very surprised. The belts started spinning and I was hearing the startup sounds I hadn't heard in over a year. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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