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Mar 24, 2010 - Uploaded by Guy Techie
Pin won't open my tray :( Help please?. Read more ... I was lucky to find a rubber band in my junk drawer and it ...
I have had this unit for a number of years. Can't find the original drive belt so I've been using rubber bands. They work for a while till they dry rot. If you're doing the job yourself, go to a hardware store and get an assortment of rubber O-rings for plumbing. A little tricky to get one on the gears but I put one in a few months ago and so far it's outlasting a rubber band.
This is an educated guess but if your deck is older there are eject mechanisms on them. They are belt driven if they are stretched out or broken the disc will not eject on most of them.
Depending on age the belts which are glorified rubber bands last about 10 years or less then need replacement so my best guess is the drive band for the ejector is in pieces in your deck.
Replacement bands are available on ebay, this is not the only possibly answer to your problem but my best guess from your limited description. Note you cannot replace a broken band with an o ring or rubber band or a similar band as they will not work correctly...
Ok to set Manually Turn on radio Select Tuner select band. Press tuning mode button. The window should switch from preset to manual then tune up or down using the tuning preset time buttons left side/ top / Next to volume knob
These units are actually nice units. There is a "loading belt" inside that controls the tray movement as well as the final "load" of the mechism into the play position. If the load does not complete, the unit will "eject" or open up. This is most often cured by replacing the loading belt. This is a common problem with any rubber component. As it ages, it gets a little slippery and thus will not have the grip to complete the loading sequence. The belt for this will run about $5.
Have you kept the old belt? If so measure the diameter and then look around the net for "Belt ??mm". If not measure the diameter of the one you have in.
Belts are standed and are not specfic to any machine.
hi, you will need some cables for this job. to connect ur GX to the
comp will take a stereo RC to EP cable, the RC connectors will go to
the line out of ur GX and the EP will go to the line in of the comp
sound card.. let me know