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Kenwood kd cw731 cd player my head is no longer reading my discs and is coming up with error 5 can anyone help solve this problem please

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Well could be lens lazor is dirty all thoise fingered up cds o k so go bye lens cleaning cd 1st see if it helps u if not might need new brain head unit wont spin up or do u hear it spin

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I have 5 disc changer that will revolve but wont play disc just keep running.


What you hear running may be a fan, a motor that spins the CD, the motor that moves the head in & out, or the motor that turns the turntable.
I suspect on something that old, the motor that spins the CD may be worn out. Place 1 CD in position and make note of the exact position of the words on the CD, let the player go through all 5 positions and see if the CD is still in the exact position that it was when you started. If this is the problem there's usually no easy way to fix it.
If the turntable doesn't turn, then it's that motor or a possibly a belt that no longer works.

There is also the possibility that the read head is no longer moving in and out smoothly, you'll have to take the unit apart and re-grease the slides with light lithium grease.

The read head being dirty or too dusty is another possibility, but even less likely. When you get it apart, clean the read head with a cotton swab and rubbing alcohol, anything harsher might damage the components.

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Error 5 keeps showing up when I want to play cd.


Go to your local store and buy a CD laser head cleaning kit. Usually has a single CD that has what looks like brushes attached to it... run that and it should clear up your "can not read disc" error. Also.. pay close attention to the media you are inserting. A lot of CD players can't read CD-RW media.

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According to experts, error 5 on the player means that the player is reading the cd upside down or it cannot read the disc. you may need to run a cd cleaner ten check if it can read the cd again or if not you may need to take the player apart to clean it manually.
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Every one of those Kenwoods that I have fixed with that error needed the laser pick up replaced. so there is no easy fix for it.

If you have tried several disc's and they all have a TOC err, and you know the disc's are in decent condition, then you will need the pick up replaced.

First try cleaning the disc you are using. I use windex and a soft cloth like a bath towel, it works great at getting fingerprints and other stuff off the disc without scratching the disc. A bad fingerprint or a bad scratch right at the innermost part of the disc (where the TOC is located) will cause any CD player to not read the TOC, producing a TOC ERROR. you never know, you might get lucky.

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best thing to do is Take the Player out of the dash, and open the lid and clean the laser and rails it rides up and down on manually. This is your best chance of getting it to read discs again and not buying a new Cd player. You can do it....

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Your CD player thinks the CD is in Upside down. Basically it cannot read the disc. You need to run a CD laser Lens cleaner disc to hopefully get it back reading the Discs good again. Otherwise you will nee to take it apart and clean it all yourself manually.

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