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The Tivoli Music System must be left without power for a minute (60 seconds or more) anytime it is unplugged, before being plugged in again. If you observe this little rule when changing rooms, it should turn on and be usable immediately (after ensuring it has been at least a minute since it was last connected to power.)
Unplug it from the wall and give it time to power down. When you plug it back in it will reset itself and the changer will open. Pretty much the way a computer resets itself when you unlug it completely. Also works on my DVD player when it jams up
i have the sharp cd-sw330, it has no display and won't turn on but the timer just keeps flashing, i have done the bit it says about pressing the timer button then arrows and memory but that doesn't seem to work help?
We've had the Tivoli Music System for 3 years. A CD became stuck in the player when I pressed the EJECT button before turning the player on. We tried turning it off and back on, unplugging it for a minute, removing the batteries and unplugging, etc. Nothing worked. I finally turned the player upside down in my lap, then turned on the CD player, and it said LOADING! Progress!!! I turned it right-side up and hit EJECT, and it worked like new. The CD loading mechanism had become bound up and simply needed a different "attitude" adjustment. Don't give up too early in attempting to fix these players on your own.
I had a rca system similar to this little different. It's a problem you'll find in any cd player after awhile. You'll need to replace the laser. It's quite easy google for some instructions to replace a cd laser. Look around for a laser that can read cd's and cd r and cd rw and you'll be ok. The disassembling might be a bit tuff but it's worth it. I had to replace my hifi laser and after i did sound was incredible again no skipping. Make sure when opening your system you power it on and unplug it to make sure all charge is gone wait 30 minutes or so before you go and operate.