I have a Neumark CD mix 2 console - Its has not been used much over the last few years.
When we tried it out recently, we noticed that the left hand cd will not open when first switched on. Though strangely when you open the flap and blow into it a few times and then press the eject button it finally works. Then it carrys on working till you switch it off and leave it for a few hours then same problem occurs.
Sometimes it works first time if there is a cd left in.
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clean your eject button or check it 2 see if it is broke. if u have a remote try 2 play a cd with the cd player with the batterys out of the remote. last 1. the cd door could be off trak witch wood make the cd off balance when the eye goes 2 read the data on the disk it misses its data an will cause your cd player 2 open.
I had the same problem and sent it in for repair. they said it worked fine for them, but they had their own power supply. instrumental parts dot com sells power supplies but the last time i ordered they were 2 months waititng.
Hi, I'm assuming you have changed the fuse inside the plug. The poblem could be an internal fuse inside the amplifier which has blown due to a possible power cut or surge. The burning plastic smell could also be a few capacitors that have blown.
It sounds like a definite open up and take a look around job, if you want to you can open up the cd player and take a look for yourself, but BE CAREFUL. A service engineer may require to change the power board inside the cd player or other boards, it is very rare for an engineer to change components unless it is easy to do so. I believe some engineers will have a look around for you at no cost to you and evaluate the problem. As for cost your probably looking at over £100 for parts and labour depending on the engineer.
GG My kids had a PlayStation 2 that did this and so did my AIWA 3 CD player. The solution for the PlayStation was to remove the cover use alcohol and clean the lens of the laser reader. They get dust on them and simply cannot read. The AIWA required replacement of the laser which cost almost as much as the unit and didn't last 6 months.