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Lens Replacement I have a pioneer CD player. the lens was out when i opened the equipment. Now my problem is to know if it is possible to replace that lens. Small disc is glass who is in DVD, CD player.

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SOURCE: Kawasaki #SVP500 5-Disc DVD/CD player Manual

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Posted on Mar 21, 2007

SOURCE: Broken DVD player

it is not possible but what u can do is find another same model(which does not work from used up product market ) writer and open it take out the try watch carefully how it is fixed to the writer,now open all the screws of your writer carefully,and replace the one which you have bought from used up items.fit all the screws back and check if it works. if it does not then i am sorry to say you will have to buy a new one.But ya u cld do 1 thing check if the warranty is still there if yes then quickly replace it.


hope this will solve ur prob. plz rate me.

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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SOURCE: Fisher CD-RW1000 2-Disc CD-dvd stuck in player

hmmmm.... try to take off the cover of your dvd player and observe it.(if you try my advice, try it in your own risk and with caution) then check the tray maybe there is something got stuck in there and also check the gears, if nothing, a belt just came off. check the motor too, I guess It has 2 switches too. clean them up. and then try to power up.


note:
(keep you fingers away at the power supply section)

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

SOURCE: pioneer pd-m406 cd changer magazine style

The Pioneer component 6 CD magazine changers only play normal store bought CDs, not CDs you make yourself.
sorry.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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SOURCE: U3 error for my pioneer pd-f605 100 cd player

I don't have the service manual with me at the moment and I'm on the road. I'll look up the error code and update this somtime tomorrow.

Dan

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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