Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I don't know how your unit would be constructed however most CD trays are built like this. The tray itself has little teeth for a plastic/nylon gear to ride on. Open the tray and look underneath to see if the teeth are damaged, if they are you may be able to take a small file and repair the damaged tooth or teeth. Does the tray open and close smoothly? If it does then it could be also be the little belt that connects the shaft of the motor to the gear drive assembly. The first test doesn't take much time however determining if the pulley is bad will require some disassembly of the unit. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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