THE DISC PLAYER WILL PLAY WITH BATTERIES BUT WHEN I PLUG IT IN TO THE DC INPUT THE NUMBERS SHOW UP ON THE DISC PLAYER 00 THEN IT GOES DEAD.I KNOW IT IS GETTING POWER BECAUSE WITHOUT THE BATTERIES INSTALLED IT STILL LIGHTS UP. THANK YOU
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I think you must have a good supply of current for the player and maybe you must try with rechargeable batteries. If this wont work the set has a fault in the power supply input regulator wherein the regulator must have a fault.You will need to remove the covers and use a multimeter- if you are familiar- to confirm this regulator. replace and proceed. Good day
I suspect the message means the input voltage is too high to safely run the motor and control circuits. You'll probably need to replace the adapter with a lower-voltage model.
If this car adapter is the manufacturer's own version made for the player, take it back to the store. If the adapter is a generic one, you'll need to find one closer to the player's voltage requirement.
There may be a couple of reasons why a NO DISC , DISC ERROR or INSERT DISC error may appear in the display of your CD player. Try doing the following steps to troubleshoot why the error is displayed:
For disc players with a HOLD switch, make sure to move the switch to the OFF position.
Verify that the disc being used is supported by the CD player. NOTE: CD players do not support VCD or DVD discs. In addition, some CD players do not support CD-R or CD-RW discs that are created by a CD burner. For information regarding disc compatibility with your player, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the product
Ensure a disc has been inserted into the player. Make sure that the disc is inserted correctly, with the playback side of the disc facing down on the disc tray.
If the disc still does not play, attempt to play a different, commercially-produced disc.
NOTE: If more than one of the commercially-produced discs do not play, verify whether the discs are extended-length discs. Some players are not able to play discs where the recording exceeds the standard 74 minutes. If the recording of the disc is longer than 74 minutes, it is possible that some of the specifications of that disc were compromised and therefore, the CD player will not recognize that disc.
If the disc is dirty with fingerprints or smudges, or if the disc is scratched or broken, the CD player may not recognize the disc.Clean the disc using a soft, dry cloth.
Properly reinsert the disc into the player.
Attempt to play the disc again.
Only press the PLAY button once. If the PLAY button is pressed more than once, the disc may stop playing.
If the disc is still not recognized, remove the disc and leave the CD player powered on for approximately one hour to resolve the possibility of moisture condensation inside the player.
Please use a Lens Cleaning disc and check if that helps.
If the issue persists, please click hear to locate the repair facility near your area.
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It's dead. Mine did the same thing, but I noticed also that the disc never spun up fast enough to be read successfully. I'm guessing that the motor just lost its oomph. I imagine that one way or another it's fixable, but with portables so cheap and a player this old not being able to read anything but manufactured CDs, i.e., no CD-R, CD-RW, etc., it's not worth it. And mine was old enough to vote! :)