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Pioneer 6 disc PD-M455

Pioneer 6 disc changer will not play just cycles through the discs. PD-M455 can anyone help?

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  • jwatkins Mar 02, 2009

    I have the same problem! I've had my M455 for 15+ years and it started doing just what you describe - cycling through the CD's but not playing anything. I went on e-bay and bought another unit just like it. And when it arrived, it did the same thing!! It seems like it must be something I'm doing or it's highly unlikely that both units die the same way at the same time.

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Hello...if you can try to clean the laser lens whit a smooth cotton pin it may be dusty,,i have had the same problem...don't use any solvent just the pin very carefully,,,maybe you can use a mild solution made of hand dish solvent... and dry clean after...alternative use a cd.cleaning disc...Good luck Ron

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