Question about Car Audio & Video
Either the read head is sticking on the transport mechanism or the head has not been aligned right
The head zeros to a preset position then steps out a pre-determined number of pulses which should leave it over the first sector of the disc.
If you can insert the same disk and get it to play every time then the head needs re-calibrating to make it more compatible with all CD's
If it does the first pass then rejects the second one on the same disk then the transport is not homing corectly
In both cases it is a bench job to set them up again , sorry
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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