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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Marantz CDR 615: Msg: ''No CD''
I've owned one for years, and yes... depending on how many discs you burn, you may need a new tray. You can call Marantz and they will ship one to you. They will also send you a diagram of how to replace it. Pretty simple.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
There are only two possible sulutions. First, the machine is quite fussy about which brand of discs you use, so a different type may work. However, as you say "all the discs" I believe you may have tried this already. The second and in my experience most likely cause is that the lazer is getting weak with age / use. Sometimes cleaning it (very carefully with a q-tip and neat isopropyl alcohol) can extend its life to a degree, but I am afraid once it reaches this stage the only rel solution is to replace the lazer mechanism. I have owned my machine for about 7 years and in that time it has had three new lazer mechs and the the third one is now giving the same problem. I don't recall how much the last repair was, but it wasn't cheap. Frankly I am not going to bother now as PC writers are a much cheaper and more dependable option. I going to put my 630 on Ebay for spares or repair. Of course if you do a lot of "real time" recording to disc the Marantz may be worth fixing. If so, these people may be able to help http://www.nsslimited.co.uk/ Best of luck. Les.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
the laser in your DR-6000 is exactly the same as what's in the philips cdr-775 and cd-r-770.
a brand new laser for these are very hard to get hold of and are very expensive. personally i would look out for the above philips models on ebay for less money then take the whole mechanism out and unscrew the servo board and then fit the marantz servo board in place of it and fit it back into your recorder.
i have done this on numerous occasions with no problems.
hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
Check the small signal transistors BC338 and BC328, they're under the transport mech and will be near where the spindle motor plugs in to the PCB.
One of the transistors acts as a brake which momentarily puts the motor in reverse polarity to stop the CD rotating during 'stop' or 'open tray' modes. The reason the CD is spinning backwards is that the transistor which drives the spindle motor forwards during playback is faulty and is triggering the braking transistor hence spinning backwards.
The transistors should be 'BC328-25' / 'BC338-25' (25v)
Replace these and all should be well.
Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 01, 2012
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