Question about GPX Audio Players & Recorders
Model CD110A, This player was dropped from a low height and immediately stopped playing. The display shows all the zeros and all the buttons still work fine, CD's start spinning and keep trying to play and you can hear the laser unit trying to work, I have taken it apart and by holding down the lid switch & fooling the system you can see the laser dimly lights up and If manually slid away the laser drives back to the centre postion and rises and falls with clicking sounds as it trys to play a disc. No error codes or messages appear. any suggestions how to repair? could the laser unit need realigning/adjustment? all screws in the area are set with paint or sealing substances. One screw is spring loaded but also fixed very firmly. Any help appreciated, Mogsey
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cd player buttons don't work
On almost every port. cd player is a botton lock switch . Some make all the buttons not work and some units only let play work. I suggest you look for this before taking apart as these units have whats called ribbon cable inside them and are very easy to damage them.
Posted on Mar 25, 2006
Could be that the lazer is faulty.try multizoning unit. switch on unit with NO disc inside. press enter,press 84269 and press enter again. unit will switch off.
Posted on Feb 22, 2007
I'm afraid you are dealing with a weakened Laser on the unit. The cost vs. benefit ratio of fixing this unit is not worthwhile.
You will find that there are newer versions of this device on the market less expensive than what you paid for the unit you have now.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
SOURCE: NAD C541i CD Player plays but...
hi, i've had a few nad C541i's and not so long since the sound on one of them cut out for milliseconds and on some occasions the sound would make the noise very much like a severely scratched vinyl record, i thought it was a faulty laser so i tried another KSS-213C laser out of a scrap kenwood and the fault persisted. to cut a long story short, i took the main PCB out and there were various dry joints. once these were resoldered i was blessed with a fully functioning player. hope this helps?
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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