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Re: denon df101 cd player problem
Can't read now? with any cd's? if that happens try to adjust the trimpot/variable resistor beside the optical lens(its still part of optical lens) I just dont know if it turns clockwise or counterclockwise, well turn it on the other side then turn again to the other side. little by little. then if it still not working, you need to change your optical lens though.
you can do this if you are a pro..
stay away at the power supply, never touch any part.
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I'm not sure if this will help, but when that happened to my CD player the solution was very simple. I removed the outter cover and took a Q-tip dampened with some alcohol and cleaned the little lens that reads the cd. It's a very common problem, and the fact that yours is 15 years old guarentees the lens is dirty. Some people trash their stero when It could've been good as new with just a Q-tip & little alcohol.
hi if you have tried cleaning the lens gently .. then ... on these models the laser OPU oftern fails . so you will need to change the laser ..when you say will not read the cd does it try to spin or just sits there doing nothing.. i can provide replacement laser and service manual if you require them...yammandan
Hi there, this lens may be dirty or it may have a thin layer of heat film that is causing it to not read in a consistent manner. i would try to clean the lens with a good CD lens cleaner. if the cleansingdoesn't restore the lens to its original reading state, this will confirm lens assembly failure and you will need to replace this assembly.
This is a normal problem with these players. Trust me I own two of them. There is an overheating problem with them. they usually oveerheat after about 3 hours. I usually just throw on a long mix and let the other player cool off. Check the unoffical Denon forums and you will see that this has been a problem for years.