Hi, my D-C1 micro system has a fault i so far as it refuses to play cd's but if I go to CD1, then to CD6 then back to the CD i want to play, it will play it 80% of the time - this is really annoying and i was wondering what might be the cause of this fault.
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Re: CD does not play
This sounds to me like the loading mechanism is having problems. It may be as simple as the grease gumming up a bit, or the motor having a dead spot. Without seeing the machine itself, it is hard for me to say. I'd rebuild the loading mechanism and regrease it. Figure on the local labor rate for this repair as no parts should be required unless the motor has failed.
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It is possible the laser or other part of the CD player is faulty.These can stop working for no apparent reason at any time...
I had a Sony system that also refused to read the cleaning disc. I had experienced laser failure twice before on other equipment and hoped it hadn't happened again as the cost would be disproportionate. This also couldn't be accessed for manual cleaning and so I used a compressed airline and blew through every orifice with the drawer open and drawer closed.
I was lucky and the CD player was again able to read a disc again though a few months later it stopped working again for good. The repair cost would have been half as much again as a new system but I had the remarkable stroke of luck to find someone had put an identical model out for the garbage and so I changed the internals and have continued to enjoy my CD for the last few years, though it is again becoming temperamental.
no your not it sounds like the lazer may be malfunctioning or it doesint work at all to make sher try old cds new ones an if they all dont work than its a factory defect and take your receit an exchange it for a new one
Hello Check its sled motor. It is the motor that helps to spin the disc inside. If disc do not spin inside, check the voltage at the terminals of this motor. If it is alright, and comes near to 5VDC, the sled motor is damaged and have to be replaced. OK.
Try this CD realignment process built into the Sharp XL HP505: Have unit off.
Hol down the square (stop) button and the X-BASS button while pressing the ON button. This starts the CD TEST. press play, the memory, then memory, memory, memory, adjustment lights will come on the screen. FOF, TOF, TBAL, TGAN, FGAN, RFLS. press cd1 - track 4, press cd2 - track 9, press cd3 - track 15. Press square (Stop).
If all the cd trays are full, then will light up . This worked for me.