Pioneer PD F506 changer does not load cd's. I bought this item on ebay, and it was damaged in shipping. the seller refunded me my money, and let me keep the changer. I opened it up to check it, load some cd's, and when pressing the play button, the changer emits a humming sound, then moves to the right 1/2", then back, then shuts down. looks like the changer mechanism is jammed on the inside. any suggestions?
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This isn't anything you can fix and it's certainly nothing that you want to pay to have fixed because it's probably going to give you more problems than it's worth. Troubleshooting implies that you made a mistake somewhere along the way. You didn't. This item is damaged and defective. This is called DOA. Contact the seller and try to get them to take it back. If the seller gives you a hard time, immediately file a dispute with eBay and PayPal and insist that the seller pick up the cost for shipping it back (That thing is like 40 - 50 pounds, right?).
For giggles, I looked up the receiver on eBay and looked for it under completed listing listings. Only one came up for $501.00. Is that the one your purchased and is that why you're so hesitant to return it because it's a $2200 receiver? Here's the thing to consider: If that is yours, in its current state, you have a $500 paper weight sold to you by a seller with a FB rating of 2. That does not bode well and the power issue is probably not the only issue. If it were me, I'd say forget it. But hey, if you think it's worth having someone take a look then by all means.
Regardless, even if that's not yours, I think it's safe to say that getting an item that expensive on eBay that is DOA is pretty much cause to return it without hesitation.
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.
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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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Had this problem yesterday.......was getting v. frustrated. My good lady suggested removing the cover, so I did, when she wasn't looking. Turns out that two DVDs had come off the changer and were jamming the drawer. One was Stuart Little III which my girls had been looking for for months. Took the opportunity to bin that 'course, then told the wife that I'd managed to fix the player "Needed the reverse polarity torque resetting pet".
"So in other words I was right, a DVD was jamming it?" she said smugly.
Then it may be a registration problem - the changer has to know what position the tray is in so that it can play the correct cd - often there is a foil connector that gets damaged or an opto coupler that goes faulty.
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
I bought my AV-DV75 from Best Buy about 10 years ago and it still works. However it did stop working a while back. I don't know why. I alsmost threw it away. But I unplugged it for a couple of days, then plugged it back up and it came back on. It is still working. Maybe that will work for you.
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