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No Sound on Kenwood DVR-6300

When I am in Video-1 mode(sound replacing my TV's speakers), I only get sound while the DVD door is in the act of opening or closing.
The sound is goes off when the tray is fully out or fully closed.

ANY IDEAS!!....HELP!!

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  • safesound Jan 02, 2008

    I am working on a boat that has 2 Kenwood DVD-6300 receivers. The first 6300 there is no audio on either video 1 or video 2 inputs. The am/fm and dvd are ok.

    The second receiver does not respond to any IR or direct commands and the display on the 6300 is fragmented. It is stuck in DVD and will output video to the TV but will not play the DVD.

    I checked the receivers for 110 volts, I bypassed the receivers A/V inputs and went directly to the TV and proved the satellite receiver and VCR are operating normally.

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2) The "CD table" that is part of the spindle motor assembly has slipped a bit. This will make the CD/DVD ride too low and strike the lower tray support. This will require that the table be "re-aligned" to the proper height which may not be possible on your model without special measurement equipment. The height is critical to proper operation of the unit.


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the tray is not catching (underneath the tray is ridges). unplug the dvd player from the wall for 5-10 min...plug back up and give the tray a lite push while tapping the open/close button

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SOURCE: Disc tray won't stay closed.

I fixed this by jerking the tray gently. Someone jammed my tray and it skipped a few gear teeth. It seemed like the machine couldn't pull it in far enough to reach its preset position. So I let it close and when it was almost closed, I gently jerked it out to skip the gear teeth back into alignment. It is kind of tricky because the motor will just reverse instead of skipping teeth (you'll hear the plastic clicking when it skips). Perhaps unplug it and slowly push it in manually then **** it back out softly. Just be gentle. Good luck.

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