Silmilar problem on a MX-D501T At times the unit fails to recognise the music CD in the tray, or
recognises its presence and shows tracks & time play on screen but
doesn't initiate playing. The fault is erratic. Pushing 'play' on the
remote doesn't initiate either. Is this a faulty head or 'dry joints' somwhere?
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Hello The laser pickup unit's lens may be dirty or dusty. Just put a lens cleaning disc into the tray, and play it at least three times, by ejecting the disc each time, and reinsert in in to. The lens cleaning disc can be bought from most of the electronic spare part selling shops at your town, and won't cost more. If it dose not help you, the laser pickup unit of your RCA device should be replaced with same type and number. OK.
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1. The disc may be turned over. Insert the disc with the playback side facing down.
2. The disc may be dirty. Wipe it with the correct type rag.
Since you stated the display is showing then I take it the player is on and the chord is plugged in.
3. Is the disc completely centered in the tray? I have done that before.
4. Have you run the self-diagnosis function? If the Error code 'AACS ERR' shows then it is an "AACS read failure". Remove the protected disc. Then turn the unit off and wait a minute or two and back on.
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