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In the JVC CA-MXGT700 the CD player will not recognize CDs

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SOURCE: The CD player does not work

It sounds like a mis-aligned laser or faulty laser unit. Either way unless you have experience of fixings cd players yourself its a job for the technicians. Good luck.

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The most likely problem is a open fuse in the power supply or the power transformer is open.

Posted on May 13, 2012

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My cd player on my jvc mx-gt700 will not recognize any cds...what can i do


The most likely cause is dirt or dust on the lens. You might need to clean it by accessing it from inside. Use Servisol Video 40 to clean it.
Of course it will never work, if the lens is damaged. You can look at the lens with a magnifying glass and see if it is scratched. Make certain there no power on when you look at it.

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Check the "tiny little glass fuse". It may have popped

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The most likely problem is a open fuse in the power supply or the power transformer is open.

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I have a 2001 Honda Crv, the cd player keeps ejecting CDs before it has the chance to load them. The radio works fine, and I gave tried burnt and original disc CDs. Can anyone suggest a solution?


Are these CDs that you burned yourself? Older CD players won't recognize the audio file format of this kind of recording, only the established file format that typical retail CDs have used for years. In recent years, CD players have been developed to recognize more file types than just the old format; but with an older player like you have in your car, it wouldn't recognize what you were trying to play, as if you put a DVD in. It balks, and spits it out. You can burn CDs with the correct file format, you just need the appropriate software or file translator.

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You can try cleaning the laser lens. You can do this using qtips and rubbing alcohol. Be sure you are very gentle though or you could risk scratching the lens which would completely ruin the laser assembly.

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it all depends on the CD's your using. some CD's will not play on some players. try DVD-R blank disc, this may make a difference. try one to see ! I ran into the same problem a while ago! it depends on the player itself, DVD-R 4.7GB data 16xspeed. this should work if player is compatable with it.

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My jvc player rejects my cds when I put them in. what do I do?


Hello,
The mechanism that controls opening and closing of the tray is bad, that is why it keeps ejecting cds when inserted in.
Unplug the player and unscrew it open then plug it after opening the cover and try to insert a disc and see the how far the cd goes before ejecting, be sure not to touch any metal part in the player to avoid shock.
After trying to play a cd, you will notice where the tray ejects the cds from, it is located try to unplug the player and disassemble the mechanism, you will see either a worn out rubber or teeth on the mechanism, then replace them and reassemble it back together, after doing that, the player will be able to hold a cd.
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Not reading cds


first ask your self

has it ever worked?
are these cds burt as mp3 cds and not just plain audio cds?

it might need to have the lense on the laser cleaned other than that its pointless and probably is just bad, the cd player is old

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Hello beeswing70,

The player is recognizing that a CD has been inserted but is not able to read it.

Sometimes the lens assembly becomes contaminated and obscures the laser. I'd try using a commercial "lens cleaning CD" two or three times and then try a CD again. These lens cleaning CD's are widely available. If cleaning does not help, the player need professional service.

Hope this helps.

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