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CD-17 will not recognize any disc on loading

Sudden failure of the 1999 CD-17. when any disc is loaded it is not recognized. After checking the loading process with cover removed I noticed the disc is not spun-up on loading. Any helpful comments / pointers will be much appreciated as this is a fantastic CD-Player that should be kept running.

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Did this fixed the problem?, I'm having exactly the same issue with this player.

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The disc will not spin unless it is actually detected by the optics assembly. Try claning the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. If that fails to resolve the problem, the optics have failed and should be replaced.
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Posted on Apr 17, 2008

Can you tell us if this fixed the problem? I'm having exactly the same issue.

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