Question about Denon Televison & Video
It is possible that the detect sensors are malfunctioning result in the false trigger of the input detector. So in the first place open the front loading section and clean up the CD take up section. Notice the optocoupler sensors which are the cd detect sensors that could be the culprit in this case. Use a multimeter to check for action on the sensor by blocking and confirming for changes in voltage. If so replace the unit. If not you must also check the mechanism for possible misalingment. remove carefully the mechanism and reset after cleaning. Get help if you are not familiar but be very delicate to do this job if inexperienced. Hope you try with care. Good day
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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