Question about Philips CDC751 5-Disc CD Changer

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Stops playing afther 1 minuit 40 seconds,saying no disc

I,m not sure if the time is the problem or that some component is overheated .infact it's a cdc752 (no optical output ).
the laserunit is a dcm12.1/15 i now they have some problems.
MY old cdc752 has a damaged laser unit kept it for spare parts.
thanks for helping out
marco

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  • phtech Mar 09, 2008

    thanks for reacting, is it possible to use the motor from the other unit.How is it mounted can't find any screws,already found out that it must be in the cdm12.1 unit because i switched all the pcb's with my other unit :) .The time base is slightly different 2 minuits,but the problem is still the same.

  • phtech Mar 10, 2008

    After cleaning the lens and boosting up its power the system is now running for 8 hours .I think the problem is solved then.

    Thanks !!!

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It sounds like the disc drive is bad or corrupted. Usually in DVD-CD units if they stop playing it is a bad motor unit on the player.

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