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TEAC CD P1120 wont play

When I hit on button-CD player hums- door opens. when I hit play
CD player hums doesn't play and door opens. Does this continuously.
This is a new problem. The player has sat idle for a while.

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Replace the loading tray belt as this also lifts the laser mechanism up to the level of the disc once loaded.
the humming sound you hear will be the motor trying to lift the mechanism up to read the disc but can't because the belt has lost its tension and is slipping.

Posted on Sep 24, 2010

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My P1120, the drawer keeps opening automatically. Put a CD in, then 10 seconds later the drawer opens. I find I have to power up the P1120 15 minutes before I want to use it. Just power up and let it sit. After 15 minutes the drawer behaves as expected. Sometimes its a pain to wait, but the solution has worked for me for years now.

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Hi there krell
you definetly have a fault in your cd players main board best solution take to electrical shop and ask them to test all the circuits it wont cost much to get them checked out and see how you go

hope this helps and if you have the time please rate me if you dont mind

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Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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I think that we can get at least one of them going again :)
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If you don't have any luck this far, please post back to me and we can try some other things. All this and you give me a FixYa... YAY :)

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