Question about RCA RS2005 CD Shelf System
I turned on my shelf system today to listen to a cd and it tried to read and then posted....reset. How do I do this? I read a troubleshooting tip from a different model's manual(lost mine) and it told me to push the of/on button for min. of 10 seconds. still nothing. Can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CD player won't play
Sounds like the reader (laser eye) is dirty. The reason why it says "read" is beacuse it is looking for a disc to play, it's not actually reading the disc, more like searching for data to read. Even if you have all five discs in it still won't play. It's like looking through a dirty windsheild, nowing that there is a road there but you can't see it. This is a very common problem and is easy to fix. Go to your local Walmart, or electronics store and purchase yourself a cleaning CD. It will look like a regular CD but with small brushes on one side and might come with some cleaning solution too. Shouldn't cost more than $20.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
SOURCE: CD Player shelf will not open.
the door could be stuck or the cd laser mech. is stuck or the power circut for the motor that opens the door or the motor has become weak or ect..... there are many posibilitys but you need to listen for the motor sound or a click when you hit the button , if you do hear it then its stuck or the motor is to weak and needs to be replaced , or the circut isn't giving enough power to the motor
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
SOURCE: lost remote
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009
That is caused by the lens or the laser head: dust has settled on it and it's blocking the reflection of the laser to the sensor = no signal is detected so the player thinks that no disk is there.
Because this has happened so long time ago and nothing has been done to clean it i doubt the dust can still be cleaned - by now it has been probably baked in the plastic of the lens.
All you can still try to do now is to try a manual cleaning: dismantle the unit completely (take out the sides, take out the rear, lift the top and remove the transversal bar) and access the reading head - clean the lens with a can of compressed air from all parts and then wipe its face with a q-tip.
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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