Initally got the "No Disc" message on panel on all discs, including standard and -R, I try to play. Problem continued. Weeks later, when I tried to open the tray, I heard whiring noise inside box and tray would not open. Since I have had the tray problem before on another P1440, I suspect the belt the opens the drawer has snapped. I can fix the later, since I have some spare belts of the right size. But I still need an answer to the "No disc" problem. I might add that before the drawer opening problem started up, I did open the box and it appeared to me that the panel containing the LED/sensor did move into position properly when the door (which worked then) slid closed.
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Are the discs ones that you created (burned), someone else burned, or commercial discs? The message of disc not finalized usually appears when you put a CD or DVD from one unit into anther without closing (finalizing) the disc. The finalization step doesn't matter if the disc is being moved between computers with compatible OS versions (for example: XP through Windows 7). However, any other device will need this procedure completed.
Take the disc back to the unit (computer or other burner) where the disc was burned. If the computer uses Windows, put the disc in the optical drive. Open My Computer (Computer) depending on the OS by double left-clicking on the icon on the desktop. Right click on the optical drive and select Close Session.
If you created the CD on another machine, check the details for that device.
Note: you should double-check that the format that you burned to disc is compatible with this CD player. Not all models support MP3 files. On my own older CD player, I had to burn WAV files without gaps in a Disc At Once format to get the discs to play without skips.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (if the discs were commercial discs or have been finalized, I would expect a different error. In that case, I'd suspect a tracking problem and a "No Disc" error.)
Hello If a disc has been put in the slot of the disc in play, Remove the disc, whose number is displayed, and press stop button. Because of light or noise, the changer has detected a disc in the lot of the disc being played, even though it is empty. Check whether there is a disc in the displayed slot. With front panel closed, hold down "STOP " button for atl least four seconds or more.
Hi there! Depending on when last the CD Player was serviced, I would think that the laser is at fault and needs replacement. However it may also be a mechanical fault. The only way to know for sure is to take the cover off and to see whether the disc turns at least a little bit before moving to the next. Also check whether the disc lifts into position properly and moves freely. If all the above proves OK, then the laser is probably at fault. Remember that there is current running through the unit so please stay away from any wires and boards when checking this. Best Wishes and Good Luck. JUS004
If there is a disc in the changer (I guess it's in the tenth slot),
try removing it, if it doesn't work by 'normal' means and you feel brave,
try shaking the unit a bit. If it doesn't help or you don't feel like banging on it,
you'll have to take it for a repair (they open the unit and extract the disc, they get jammed sometimes).