Hi all, im a electronics engineer(B.E ELECTRONICS), i was having my own repair shop (just hobby changed to repair shop) Aiwa bmz series having mechanical problems, it needs some timing adjustment, i can tel clearly by seeing it. if ur luckily staying in bangalore i can get it corrected, u can contact me 9739317349 plese do not change any setting or gear inside, if u did its very difficult to give life to such music system
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Hi, although you have cleaned the laser with a cd cleaner this may not have done any thing, if you can see the lens then get a bit of vodka on a cotton bud and gently roll it and move it in one swoop, do a few more times, it sounds like a cleaning or worse a lazy laser, if you got it 2nd hand then it could be either but first try cleaning with vodka if you can't get to the laser then see if you can take it out easy, the laser could be cheap enough to buy look on the back and get the model number search on flea-bay, oops, ebay for the model number followed buy laser, hope this helps try the cleaning first thou.
there is a belt inside which has to be replaced with a new one. it dont cost much but disassembling needs a bit braveness...
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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?
Hello Replace the strip connection wire that connects the Laser Picku Unit to main board. If the fault prevails, the Laser Beam emission to your devices' Laser pickup unit is less, and must be replaced with same type and number. OK.
The laser lens in your player might be dirty or failing.
Try the following solutions:
Clean the laser lens with a DVD player lense cleaning disc.
Lense cleaning discs are available at many electronics retail store.
Sorry i can't help you more.