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Re: Pioneer 6 disc PD-M455
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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The large changers after a few years start to show ware and tare, the gears become worn and because you are dealing with plastic makes them all most impossible to repair. So to answer your question, easier to replace the device.
I may have a CD-V300 commander Auto changer if you can supply me with an owners manual for a LC-V300 laser changer. I also have an auto changer CD-V2000 if you can use it. If you can please contact me. Thanks. email@example.com
First thing to ask you to check is that the discs have been inserted into the cartridge the correct way... that is writing facing down. Check that first and let me know how you get on. Happy to work through it with you.
It cycles through the CDs because it can not read any of them. The most common cause of this is the lens falling out. These players have the optics upside down. You load the CDs with the label down correct? The lens is probably floating around inside the unit. Sometimes you can reinstall the lens and the unit is OK. Please use a small amount of clear nail polish to "glue" the lens in place. Anything else will cloud up the lens making the unit junk. If that fails to resolve the problem, the unit may need a ribbon cable or just a complete alignment.
These models have a common problem with a lever that pops out of place and makes it so the disc's can not be loaded into the mech to be played. Take the top off the unit and look into the middle of it. You will see the actual cd mech that plays the disc. It has a white lever that has a knob on it and that knob may be out of place. It goes into a track on a black lever right below or next to the white lever. After it is put back into place, it should play fine.
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