Whether cd is new or slightly scratched, player has trouble tracking and bounces around the same cut on the cd, or at times plays fine. Has been getting worse over last year. Player is 11 years old and never been serviced.
Hi mate, I experienced this problem awhile back with mine. I had it serviced and the techs couldn't find anything wrong. They cleaned the laser and lubed the tray and sent it back. To my dismay, the problem re-started shortly after arrival and then stopped. By coincidence, I had just finished a home theater set up "that did not have wall to wall carpeting" and low behold the problem stopped and never re-surfaced. I summed it up to static charge/discharge which might also be your problem.
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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
If you have a play button then it should work fine, the only concern I have, might be set on mute, if that is the case the remote is needed to release the mute function. Try subbing the audio/video cable to rule out.
Is there a specific question or just generalities? Open up the top and the Sony optics number should be right on the optic assembly. I believe that it uses a KSS-240 optics assembly. What else do you need?
If I understand your issue, you press play and the player does not recognize the disc, the optical pickup may be defective. I suggest you contact an Authorized Adcom Service Center. For further questions, contact Adcom directly.
Are you sure the fuses located on a PCB below the opened drawer are all OK? Otherwise you likely have a mechanical issues and I suggest you contact an Authorized Adcom Service Center. For further information visit www.adcom.com and contact Adcom. Affiliated Electronics in Hillsborough, NJ, may be your best bet as they have salvage Adcom parts.