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ooops...you may need to do a manual extraction on that...there may be a reset manual mode on that one..let me check the user guide..but it may require removing the case, and delicately releasing that mechanism from inside..
Check if there is something jammed in your tray.Or it might be the wheels that might have gone unfunctional. There is a small hole on the tray where you can stick a pin or something small to eject.It might only be once that this problem is happening.So try it.
First, and the best choice really, is to take it in for servicing.
Second, is to remove the chassis and try to determine if you've just
got a disc that's jammed the mechanism. If so, remove it and replace
the chassis and see if operation goes back to normal. If it doesn't
then there's a problem with the motor which opens the tray and you'd
have to take it in for servicing at that point.
This is an easy fix if you are somewhat handy.... The belt for the door/tray is slipping. If you remove the enclosure and face plate, you will see two motors below the disc drive. Press eject while observing the pulley to the left. You should see the problem with the motor shaft spinning and the belt slipping. Replacing the belt is possible without any further dissassembly. Simply bend some light wire into an L shape and you should be able to hook both pulleys and lace the new belt on. As far as obtaining a new belt I decided to do the simple thing and use a slightly smaller rubber band. The repair has held now for almost three months and the player is used everyday. Good luck.
If you had any cds inside, you can open the case and see whether there's any cd jammed, with the power switch off! If you didn't have any cds inside, open the case anyway and check if the tray opens or not!!!
Seems like the 4th tray is jammed and has probably caused the mechanism to go out of alignment. Re- alignment without replacing faulty mechanical components such as gears/ levers, which may be responsible for the units current state, is a waste of time. Relapse would be imminent. Re-alignment is a difficult task even with service information and spares provided to an experienced technician.
Seeing the number of similar complaints with the same model and history of re-occurence post repair, it might be worthy to get this unit fixed only if it still is under warranty. Spending money to get these stacked tray mechanisms fixed might not be such a good idea. The carrousel cd changers are more reliable although they consume more space.
Get yourself an i-pod or any external mp3 device, connect it via usb or aux, and continue to enjoy the amplifier and tuner of this unit.
If you turn it off at the mains, wait a few seconds then turn it back on. As soon as you turn the power on, try and press the button for the tray to open.
If this dont work, you will have to open up your system and remove this disc yourself.
It sounds like you have put a disc in the tray that the system can not read, so it will just keep trying to read the disc over and over again. If you turn everything off by the plug and wait a few mins the whole system should stop. Put the plug back in and as soon as you turn your system on, try and press the disc open key before the lens gets a chance to start reading it again.
If this does not work you may just have a disc jammed. So you will have to get someone to check it out for you if you do not understand what you will be doing, because you may do more harm than good to your system.