- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Technics SL-MC4 61-Disc CD Changer, not reading cd related issues. Get free ... IHave A Tascam CC-222Mkll Will Not Read CD-R Or CD-RW But Will Read Store Bought CD's. I Have A ... I have just spent $69 for the software to convert it the way I wanted into mp3 format, being a format that I figured . ... Power the unit off.
Technics SL-MC4 61-Disc CD Changer Message center ...
The motor is shot,Or the gears are jamming up in it, Just look for a different one, It will cost you more to have it repaired, I have got good used disc (Players) For $10 to $40 at the most for friends of mine,
hello there soenensistva Well first of all Compact discs are easy to be read by a DVD player then ordinary Cd player cause of their lens are made for more compressed Data discs..there for try some of the options
1. make sure that the disc Surface is Clean and don't have finger prints or any other material that is disturbing the the read process between the CD and lens present inside CD player
2.if your CD is precious for you ( that consist some important Data you may need ) then try a DVD player for that
3.if both things doesn't work try a cleaning Cd for Cleaning the Head of CD player .
i wish that your problem may be solved Best Regards
The problem with old CD Players are that they sometimes are a little fidgety when it comes to reading CDRs.
You could try burning a new CD on the lowest possible setting, say 2x or 4x.
Also try changing the CDR brand as some cheap CDRs are prone to not reading in old CD Drives.
Try using a regular CD-R (CD recordable - record only once) instead of a CD-RW (CD rewritable - rewrite multiple times). CD-RW use a different "ink" to write the data to the disc and can be re-recorded/erased a couple of times before it loses its ability to write effectively to it.
If it doesn't turn the disc it can't read the data and 'know' from that there is a compatible disc inserted.
You may have gotten hosed by the seller. Until you get it to play with a commercial music CD I wouldn't try anything non-standard or home-grown. It doesn't play anything but CD-A music so MP3 and AVI discs would not be recognized anyway.
Before you dive in and possibly wreck it, read this...
/* Style Definitions */
mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt;
font-family:"Times New Roman";
The most common reason for the CD Changer not reading
discs is a bad drive. The following website sells the drives and does installs:
This drive should fix any reading issues you are having with your disc, or
issues inserting your disc or ejecting them (or lack thereof). This is the
entire DVD drive assembly mechanism replacement for your CD Changer. Hope this will help...
Try cleaning the lens with a cd/dvd lens cleaner disc. Another thing of note....some cd players simply will not recognize homemade cds, or dics that are not audio discs, or if they were made on a computer.