Question about Pioneer Personal CD Players
The lense of the player fell off. I meticulously and carefully glued the lense back on and to my amazement the player played the cd first time. I switched power off put the lid back on and powered up only to find the unit would now not recognise or read the disc. I hope vapours have not caused a problem but I did place a very tiny dab of glue at the edge of the lense holder. It may have moved while it was drying? I have now stopped as I need professional advice on how to deal with adjustments that may be needed.
SOURCE: How to put the spring in
are you saying the spring to the door fell out and this is the second time??? how was it replaced the first time as a spring should not just fallout unless its dropped and a boss is broken off. ( a boss is a small plastic piece that would hold the spring in place.) This is a hard call unless you get the mechanical diagram as I dont have and they are all made differantly.
Posted on Mar 24, 2006
Are you using the car adapter or batteries? Are the batteries good? Are the CD's clean? Have you tried the CD's in another player? Do they work there? Maybe the lens on the laser needs cleaned.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
It is a standard power plug.
Take radio to Tandys/**** smiths or electrical store - they will have one for sure.
You may even have same cord around the house.
Voltage and watts do not matter - should be just a 240 power cord like radios, kettles, TV's, VCR, DVD players use.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: i had bought a regular
1. Check that the disc is free of scratches and dirt or dust. If the disk is dusty, use a soft, lint-free cloth and wipe the disk gently, using straight strokes from the center of the disc to the outer edge.
2. Make sure that you are inserting the disk with the plain, reflective side down.
2. Try listening to another CD (not burned) that you have purchased. If the other cd is giving you the same error message, return the cd player to the store, because it is defective.
3. Ensure that the disc you are using is not a DVD disc. It is easy to confuse the two.
Hope that helps! Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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