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Cd player missing piece that holds cd's in place, the piece i assume would be very similar to what hold the cd in a cd case....how do i fix that? where can i get replacement parts?

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  • Anonymous Jun 23, 2015

    Thanks to aqghjser4 I did precisely what was suggested and bought the PlayStation 1's CD spindle hub on-line. I found that by removing the small pivot piece at the top of the assembly and placing it on the round CD play base on the Sony system it fits exactly and works just as it should! That is THE solution to a missing center pivot piece. Why the folks at Sony Repairs are not aware of this is a mystery to me since Sony makes both the shelf stereo system AND the PlayStation!!! Thanks!

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If you mean the CD spindle hub, not the stabiliser. Then you can buy the PlayStation 1's CD spindle hub  (plenty, just google with keyword ‘Playstation 1 spindle hub’ and you will see)  to replace it.
Just push in the new spindle hub, not too close, not too far, from the laser head.
I did, it worked.

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that white piece sounds like the magnet that goes above the black little disk that holds the cd in place by the magnet wanting to connect to the top of the cd holder and motor (the magnet presses the disk on the holder to prevent slipping )
need anymore help?

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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