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Audio CD was playing ok then sound started to 'play up' and player stopped and now CD cannot be removed from player. only message is "open" or "load" and tray will not open. Thanks.

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  • akenny51 Sep 08, 2010

    Checked all gears etc. and all ok so solution suggested did not find problem. Given cost to buy new unit I have scrapped it and will buy a new one.

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That is a mechanical error of the loading tray of your dvd player.there are 2 motors on it one is the spindle motor and the other one is for the CD open/close tray.here's what you need to do.open the cover of your player then unsrew the CD mechanism and take it out from the player.detach the connectors from the mainboard be very carefull of the connectors not to interchange them use a marking pen.On the loading motor,check the gears replace any broken gear.and belts...when dismantling the loading tray be very careful with the timing between the lens assy and the tray...timing sequence of mechanical are important so be very careful..goodluck
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