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Re: RCA RS2664 Stereo
u have your problem in a your cd tay belt so u have to change it & ur cd open & close problem will slove this problem come due to belt is lose so go with a good cd reparir & change the belt of ur cd try its take 5$ to 10$ to change it
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Hello The laser pickup unit's lens may be dirty or dusty. Just put a lens cleaning disc into the tray, and play it at least three times, by ejecting the disc each time, and reinsert in in to. The lens cleaning disc can be bought from most of the electronic spare part selling shops at your town, and won't cost more. If it dose not help you, the laser pickup unit of your RCA device should be replaced with same type and number. OK.
Re-check your usb cable, try to use the usb cable specified for use only by RCA RS2664b to connect to your ipod, if it doesn't work use the usb cable specified for your ipod because differrent appliances have diffrnt cable configurations.. ;-) hope this advice help you..... good day!
first basic step if u still haven't tried this yet is to turn the power button off then unplug the appliance then plug it again and turn the on the power button for the compact disc unit to initialized its program on its CPU and memory devices.
second step: if you can manage to open u'r mini component, check the mechanical moving parts of cd rack if there's any broken parts or missing parts.
third; if you still have the remote control try using it.
4rth; don't forcibly close it manually it will just worsen the problem. hope this tips help ;-)
This unit needs to be dis-assembled and the CD loading mechanism rebuilt. While a relatively straight-forward repair, this is not something to be attempted by an unexperienced individual. There should be no parts required for this repair, just the local labor rate.