Question about Audio Shelf Systems
We recently moved our 7 cd disc audio shelf unit to a different location in our home. We forgot to remove the discs prior to moving it and we did lay it on its side. We got it all hooked up and tried to play a CD. The CD screen light is displayed but all 7 numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 are blinking on and off and initially there is a whirling sound. The sound stops and there is a message: Err. We tried the eject button and it would not eject. We also tried to change the CD number and that would not work either. It has been a very relieable unit and we have not had any problems with it for over 14 years. It is a Jensen product model number JMX 237.
Please help us troubleshoot this problem,
Art Hyde email@example.com
I took off the top then took off the cover of the CDs and took out the CDs then I took out the cd holders and placed them back in and put the top back on and it works now
Posted on Mar 26, 2012
SOURCE: CD CHANGER EJECT BUTTON
Inspect the tray or door to see if there is a very small hole in it. If so, this is an 'emergency' ejection hole and a standard paper clip, unfolded, can be inserted there to manually eject the tray. This is a real common problem caused by the slippage of a clutch mechanism that is supposed to protect the tray mechanics from being damaged if the tray is somehow impeded during its travel. It must be tougher than rocket science to properly design this feature -
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: CD changer won't open
There may be a jammed disc in the mechanism - if there is no manual release near the door (there isn't usually on these systems), you may have to open the case and look to make sure there's not a disc jammed somewhere in there.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
What does it do if you put 3 discs in and select each one? You don't say what it does with the other two trays. It would help to know that they work. If not, you have a bigger issue. Let me know.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
SOURCE: CD playing erratic
Run a "Laser Lens Cleaner" thru the unit a couple times. Use one that takes fluid, you can find them at just about any retail store for 15-20. If that doesn't solve it, it needs to be repaired. At that point weigh the cost over replacement. A new transport usually will cost 100-150 on average for parts and labor. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
SOURCE: The disc compartment doesn't
Find a blank disc or a disc that you don't use anymore. Insert this disc about an inch deep into the slot where the discs go in.
Now, move the disc gently sideways while pushing the eject button repeatedly until the discs come out. If this doesn't work, move on
Contact the manufacturer if the CD player is still under warranty. Remember, if you try to open the player, you will be voiding its manufacturer's warranty.
If it's not under any warranty. You have to replace the motor that ejects the discs.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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