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Koss Model HH957 3 disc changer

Disc door will not open when I press the open button, but I can hear the changer turning. What can I do to get it to open?Thanks

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SOURCE: rca compact stereo rs2657 cd door won't open

Mine was doing the same thing so I unplugged it and took the left side panel off to see what was wrong with it. I did this by removing the 2 screws on the left and the 3 on the back left side also.There was a cd stuck in it. It took some fenangling but I got it out and it works fine now. I know, I know. We as lay people are not supposed to do these things but it was out of warranty and would have cost me as much to have it repaired as to buy a new one. Good luck!

Posted on Dec 26, 2007

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I know this is no help, but I am haveing the exact same problem and I searched and cant find anything about how to fix the problem..I wish I knew what caused it at least

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Drive belt for a HH957 CD player

Found a belt at a local dealer.

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SOURCE: CD CHANGER EJECT BUTTON

Inspect the tray or door to see if there is a very small hole in it. If so, this is an 'emergency' ejection hole and a standard paper clip, unfolded, can be inserted there to manually eject the tray. This is a real common problem caused by the slippage of a clutch mechanism that is supposed to protect the tray mechanics from being damaged if the tray is somehow impeded during its travel.  It must be tougher than rocket science to properly design this feature -

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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SOURCE: CD changer won't open

There may be a jammed disc in the mechanism - if there is no manual release near the door (there isn't usually on these systems), you may have to open the case and look to make sure there's not a disc jammed somewhere in there.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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SOURCE: sony 3 disc changer mhc-gx880 has broken belt. How

You have to open the unit with screws in the back and push it out by hand, there should be a series of gears that you have to spin for the tray to come out. You may be able to gently push it by hand to come out.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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