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Could be simply a dusty laser lens. Try a cleaning CD first.
After that, it could be that the laser assembly has low power output. Some decks have the range to increase the laser power, but it's only a temporary fix. The emissions are dying so the laser assembly will need to be replaced sooner of later.
So you want to remove the disc without damaging the disc? so its ok to damage the player.
Put a cushion on the floor, put player on it.
Use a strong pair of pliers to crush and bend all the plastic parts of the loader near the disc, shake the player so that the disc falls onto the cushion.
Your optics are either Really Dirty, or out of line and you would need a replacement optic pickup. If you are mechanically inclined, it's not a difficult repair and parts can be purchased thru lots of sites. First things first, pop the top and use "Dust-OFF" in the main chasis, it gets bad! Next, if you have a good CD/DVD player cleaner that uses fluid, run it thru a couple times then test any disc. If you don't have one, just about any convenience store has them. Just make sure it uses fluid!. If you still have an issue. post a comment and I can pdf you the schematic of the unit. it's pretty easy to read and follow if your a little more than a novice with electronics. Hope this helps
All players need cleaned from time totime. Do NOT try to clean it with anything other than a CD / DVD lens cleaner. They are available almost everywhere that sellsBlank media. It will clean the lens without scratching or smearing it.
Hi there! Depending on when last the CD Player was serviced, I would think that the laser is at fault and needs replacement. However it may also be a mechanical fault. The only way to know for sure is to take the cover off and to see whether the disc turns at least a little bit before moving to the next. Also check whether the disc lifts into position properly and moves freely. If all the above proves OK, then the laser is probably at fault. Remember that there is current running through the unit so please stay away from any wires and boards when checking this. Best Wishes and Good Luck. JUS004
Yeah I ve heard many people saying this. It is mostly because either the disc is damaged or the dvd lens reader has been damaged ..that is the only way by how it says "no disc" so better check with some shop around..or with the authorized dealer itself..ok