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unfortunately, the service manual for your Memorex MD6451R Personal CD Player is not available anywhere online. The manufacturers of this Unit did not make it available. I went further searching and couldn't find any.
I would suggest you contact the manufacturer of your Memorex MD6451R Personal CD Player via phone or e-mail and request for the service manual from them. They might give it to you or direct you to a dealer where you can get the service manual.
This is the best you can do to get the service manual you are requesting for.
Also there are similar manual for Memorex Cd player that you can use as a guide tool.
If the DVD is not turning at all then it is important to check for the free spinning of the disc, any friction on the motor. If the DVD turns and does not read then clean the head and check. if not it is possible that the optical head is defective and needs a replacement. Decide after you find the cost of a new unit which should be original and good. Good day
Place a cd inside the tray and close the door. If there is a power button on the side shift it to power on. Now the display should ccome on and the cd must start turning. If you get a reading and the clock counts then plug in the headdphone jack into the small headphone socket and increase volume. If none of these happens you will have to check from thebegining. check your bateries, clean your head and check. If no display , you have a failure in the board, if display come and no reading, your opticcal unit is faulty/. I hope this helps you. Good day
It's dead. Mine did the same thing, but I noticed also that the disc never spun up fast enough to be read successfully. I'm guessing that the motor just lost its oomph. I imagine that one way or another it's fixable, but with portables so cheap and a player this old not being able to read anything but manufactured CDs, i.e., no CD-R, CD-RW, etc., it's not worth it. And mine was old enough to vote! :)
Looking down on the unit from above with "Memorex" reading left to right look at about one oclock. There is a switch marked hold ...turn it off. Its black on black, so its hard to see. It disables the onboard controls. The remote if you have it works either way, but when on hold it will act just as you describe.