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Re: technics cd player
It sounds like maybe your CD player is now connected to a different input on your amplifier. In such a case, if you turn the amp right up you will just about be able to hear any other sources that are connected & sending audio to the amp.
Turn the amp down to a sensible volume (to avoid possibility of heart attack from the shock of the loud music suddenly returning!), and flick through the other inputs on your amp. If this doesn't help, check your connections & make sure the CD player isn't connected to the tape in or out on your amp.
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The Optical Pickup(laser) has worn out. When you place a disc in the drawer, it has to load and read the TOC(table of contacts) if if can't read that, it assumes there is no CD in the drawer and stops or ejects.
if you can get to the laser eye take a paper towel or tissue paper soak in rubbing achole and clean the eye if you cant reach it or it is hidden in the mechinism get a disc cleaner and run that in the system it sounds like the laser eye is dirty i do it to my cd player all the time when it can't read the disc
If it doesn't turn the disc it can't read the data and 'know' from that there is a compatible disc inserted.
You may have gotten hosed by the seller. Until you get it to play with a commercial music CD I wouldn't try anything non-standard or home-grown. It doesn't play anything but CD-A music so MP3 and AVI discs would not be recognized anyway.
Before you dive in and possibly wreck it, read this...
this player uses a philips mechanism, spindle motor failure is very common on these mechanisms, yours may be on its way out. take the lid off and insert a cd and if you can hear the laser trying to read the cd without it spinning, it's definately the spindle motor.