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try buying optical clean for the cd play run it few time before you do any thing else, make sure you buy one that has media disc cleaning fluid. put few drop of liquid on each pad push play, fast forward, stop reverse forward, stop few times, let it run until it stops. you mite find it at walmart but you may have to go dvd or record store, radio shack may also have it
It's having trouble reading the CDs. The thing that reads it could be dirty. But try a different cd. The CD player is getting old and if there is even a small scratch it will be hard to read it. A new CD player would be the way to go
1. try to used cd lens cleaner. 2. if no helped try to manually clean the lens, 3. open the cover. 4. power on the unit. 5. push eject button. 6. after eject then power it off. 7. you can now access the lens, try to clean the lens using cotton buds and small amount of alcohol then wipe it out or you can used microfiber cloth.
The number of Cds in the carousel can be set on the Credit unit to stop it playing fresh air if for example you only have 50 Cds and not a whole 100. Sounds like yours is set to 50 so won't play anything over 50.
I 'think' this is what you do.
On the computer credit unit...
Service Switch ON...Press LT button.
Press 5 on the keyboard once.
Service Switch off.
Press LT or turn machine off/on.
Check all connections, such as from player to amplifier or receiver and receiver to speaker. Check and clean contacts on RCA jacks and cables and try a different input on the amplifier or receiver.
Clean the lens. Use only a special CD lens cleaner and follow the instructions carefully.
Check the traverse assembly (the metal rod that the laser travels along and the gear that drives it) if CDs aren't recognized or won't play, frequent skipping occurs at random, CDs randomly get stuck in one spot, the player can't find tracks correctly, or cleaning the lens doesn't work. Dust and lint may be interrupting its function.
Have the laser-head assembly checked by a repair person if the traverse assembly seems intact and free of debris.Look for broken plastic parts, such as gears and clips,look for loose or broken internal connections.possibly have gears and belts replaced.
Hi, the casette deck has a mechanical system (servo-driver) most of the problems that happen when in your case, plays song so fast is that you look at the pinch roller. The pinch roller is a rubberized free spinning wheel typically used to press magnetic tape against a capstan shaft in order to create friction necessary to drive the tape along the magnetic heads with a normal tape speed if the pinch roller brakes, get lost from his place or got dirty then you get this fast sounds play, check the pinch roller if still good in his place or clean his rubber with alcohol, then the problem should be fixed.
The lazer unit in this stereo is hard to get at, 2 circuit boards have to be removed to access lazer lens to clean it. Do not attemt unless you feel up to the task.
When you get to lazer lens, spray a bit of window cleaning liquid on a cotton bud and flick off the excess. then gently wipe the cotton bud over the lens. next use the clean end of the bud and gently polish the lens.
This may solve your problem. If not, there is a "cheat" you can try to overcome this issue... on the side of the lazer assembly there is a pot for adjusting the lazer power. Carefully nudge the pot anticlockwise a tiny bit. This will increase power to the lazer to help overcome the problem. **NOTE: do not adjust the pot too much or you may damage the lazer beyond repair**
I think you need to press and hold the Play button (marked PLAY/PAUSE) to switch between CD playback and the USB port (you can store mp3 files on a USB stick and play them directly) on the front of the device.
Try inserting a disc, switching the unit to CD mode, press and hold Play until the display changes and the CD spins up...
The correct way to load a OMT is with the labels facing towards you on the right hand side and away from you on the left. (Just make sure it plays them face down.)
If it spins...thinks about it...spins again and puts the CD back you have a laser fault.
try cleaning the lens first use a lint free swab and GENTLY clean the lens. don't use any liquid on this. if that doesn't work then load a disc and gently spin the disc when it lifts into load posistion. if begins to spin on it's own then replace the spindel motor. if it still does not spin, replace the optical pickup, the EF sensors inside the pickup no longer have the ability to read (see) the disc.