I noticed my CD player skipping a lot and poor sound quality several months ago. Eventually it quit playing all together. I put a CD in and it attempts to read; it displays 00:00:00: and shows track number 1. I hear some clicks then it displays "E02" and ejects the CD.
I tried to put a lense cleaner in last night, but it wouldn't read that either. It probably didn't spin enough (or at all) to clean the lense.
Radio works fine, and it played burnt and regular cd's all the time. Now it won't play either.
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my best conclusion would be your player might be copyright protected to the point were you'd be able to hear the music but wouldnt be able to enjoy it.... different player or better quality CD-R's would be your best best. . .
I have several CD players and I've found some CDs will just not play on some of them. If you have a changer with 300+ discs they are more likely to be fussy than one loaded in a flat tray.
I'd suggest you try playing the CD in another CD player or your computer, if it won't play in them it is the disk. I had one which would not play in any machine, it was a copy I made on a poor quality closeout of blank CDs at Good Guys when they closed, it turned out the blank CDs were of poor quality.
yes here is a simple easy way to get them to stop skipping, stick them in the freezer portion of your fridge, only if the cds have scratches on them, even the smallest scratch can cause a perfectly working cd player to make the cd skip, stick the cd in the freezer for about 15 or 20 mins and pull it out and play it, i have used this method for a lot of my video games as well and have never had to buy any "cd player cleaner cds" i hope this helps
Thanks for the informative write-up. So few know how to describe a problem (example: it's broke) or have the intuition to check a few things out.
A surviving 1984 CD player? Good for you. And they originally said the lasers would burn out in a few years.
Don't read too much into sound quality and tracking of defects for this problem. It sounds like a load status sensing problem. Does it make the thee clicks when you load no disk or one upside down (to simulate a bad disk)?
You're probably on the right track with the tilt. I suspect you need to locate the sensor that 'sees' the presence of the disk in the first place. Can you try your troubleshooting with the covers off and observe what may be different at the tilted angle?
check if you are using a good quality cd's and still you have the problem check if the cd's r clean and out of scratch and in good condition after this still you have the problem then its the player fault the lens inside the player must be cleaned so, use a lens cleaner and clean it and then check it thank you
i have the same problem there but i no how to solve it....
its not hard just go any buy new good quality cds i found that sony work very well with the axis 9s and when your making new cds from widows media player just turn the burn speed down to med speed an best quality you do this by going on the littel drop down menu underneath burn go to more options then it will say burn speed change to med go onto the bottem slider and put that in the middel an it works like a dream
If you go out and buy a cleaning disc it may help. You should really
clean a car cd player at least ounce or twice every 6 months to get the
best sound and play out of the unit. You can pick these disc up at any
walmart , kmart , or computer store. Hopefully this can help you out