Question about Sony Boom Box With CD Player & Cassette Recorder,CFD-S01CD Radio/Cassette/CD Boombox
SONY CFD-S01. CD Player skips tracks. I have isolated the problem to a toothed drive wheel that drives the laser back and forth. one of the teeth has flattened. I suspect that this happened because it has been used to play some very scrached CD's, and kept trying to track them. Now it has worn out the wheel. I can see the visible damage.
Does anybody know where I can buy the part, or even identify the part number?
Is there a parts list anywhere?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony MHC-GX450 CD's Skip
Try using a laser lens cleaner. I have the Maxell Thunderon one thats on a Gold CD that you can get at best buy for like $20 or so, seems to work good here on the computer disc drives
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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The CD player is ok.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: sony es cd player skips
you didn't say which "ES" model of player it is but i assume it has the KSS-240A laser pick-up, or something very similar. i've repaired so many sony cd players i've lost count and 90% of them have been down to the same fault you describe.given the age of the player the most common cause of skipping is hardened grease on the laser sled and the drive gears which causes resistance in laser movement hence the skipping. try clean as much of the old grease off the sled & drive gears as possible and relubricate. i've used a drop of light machine oil in the absence of a light grease which has made lasting repairs. but run only a small drop along the sled taking care not to drop any on the laser itself. if of course you have any light grease then i would use this but not too much. hope this helps?
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
The optical lens assembly is damaged at this point. the lens has burned out and the tracking/load motor seems to be faulty as well. replace the optical lens asap.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
I just fixed this using Scarthhouse's solution of removing the sensor assembly, cog, and squeezing the rack (of the rack and pinion) together (I squeezed the metal bar upwards). I'm not even electronically-inclined, so I'm ecstatic that this fixed the used 300 Sony disk player I just purchased.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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