Door opens. I place CD on spindle and it doesn't stay. It does not attach in any small way, shape, or form. I have tried different CDs thinking that (for whatever reason) the one I chose may have a different thickness in the center and that's why it won't stay on---but, no...none of them will stay. This particular model has a verticle CD tray/holder. What the---?
Lets see first you should look to see if the thingy that goes into the hole of the cd has 3 little beads if so then i have no idea why it would do that, and if not then you would need a new one. did it ever work and just stop or is it new.
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If the door will not stay closed it is the spring inside door, or the small plastic piece that holds the spring which is attached to the $80.00 piece called outer door.
To fix it, it is EASY and you do not have to even take the inside cover all the way off. Just remove the three sides of cover by gently slipping a plastic putty knife around rim to release the clips. Then attach the spring to the small hole below where the plastic piece used to be, which is located in the metal on the glass frame piece, use tweezers, hold the other end of spring as you place spring onto plastic door latch and set into place!
Snap the inside cover back on and YAY! FINI!
You have to check two things.
1. You have to check the tray loading belt in the mechanism. To see the same you should remove the mechanism.because the loading belt is beneath the cd tray. As it is cyberhome it will be very difficult to remove the mechanism for an user. if your capable for doing the same then make try. Because you have to remove the top cover then the back panel, then the mechanism. Take care the mother board is attached to the mechanism.
2. You have to check the cyberhome dvd player will show this type of complaint if the Spindle motor is faulty (oppen or short ). Spindle motor is one on which the cd rotates. It will not cost a lot.
Jack car up, spin wheel, then apply brakes, and release and try spinning wheel again. If it doesn't spin just as easy, try cracking bleeder screw open, then try spinning wheel. If it spins easy after you crack bleeder screw, tighten bleeder back up & try same again. If same result, wheel spins when bleeder opened, then I'd replace the 2 front flex hoses that attach to calipers. If caliper doesn't release then you need to pull calipers and check if partially seized, or maybe slide pins that caliper moves on (that attach caliper to spindle) need cleaning and lube applied to allow calipers to move back & forth.
take the cover off by removing 6 screws around the back and 7 on the bottom (2 of these are safety screws but can be removed by a small flathead screwdriver); once you romove the wrap-around "hull" or cover you can see the spring on the left side of the oven from the frontal view.; the door stop is sort of a L shaped piece which you insert from the inside of the opening on the frame & thru the little hole on the left side of the door; once you do this stretch the spring and attach to the hole into hole you see on the middle of the L shaped piece.
Look around the face plate for a very small hole...use a straightened paperclip or equivalent and press in a few inches...its a manuel door release and you should gain access to at least the loading tray.
the rubber sleve on these mics are made to be adjustable...and you can shape and form these into the best shape for your ear. try forming it into a shape that is more snug around your ear, maybe put it on and then squeeze it a little tighter. Sometimes the arch in the mic. gets places too low and needs to be formed up a little further.
Hope this at least gives you some things to try.
this problem can happen if tray-in sensor not sense. their r a small liver which press tray in sensor automaticly when tray stay inside. liver and sensor location is near emergency exit hole (when u use a pin for emargency exit actually u press this liver then it release try-in sensor). check this liver and its path any pice of cd is their or not. (to check open ur drive cover. to open it at first use emeargency exit hole to open tray then open cover)