Question about Denon DN-T625 CD Player
Possible fault in the main board processing the RF signals or even a weakness of the optical unit.
In both cases the signals have to be traced to confirm . Clean the head and check, try a good quality Cd to check , check if there is issues with CD or DVD. If so the main board is faulty.
It can be the failure of the processor IC but to replace might need some expert help.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
According to you You don't have use your disk play for a huge time, so that it may damaged or lens became dirty.
You can clear the lens with lens cleaner (clear the optical head).
check the battery was properly charged or working.
Check the disk moved properly.
To prevent the disk erase or damage slide the accidental erase prevention tab.
You can show it to the Technician.
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