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Dual Xdvd710 Cd ejecting

I have a dual Xdvd710, i've been having a problem with it ejecting all my dvds! its driving me insane! and i can't find any place that fixes it either (toronto ontario canada) so I took it all apart and I discovered that a plastic bracket broke, and a spring popped out,,, now i have no idea where this spring goes so I am posting images of where the spring came from if you can help me find where the spring goes that would be great!

Thank You for any help.

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  • metallica819 Dec 16, 2008

    I am on my second dual DVD player, this is getting ridiculous. Does removing the spring and gluing the plastic back on really work?

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Forget about the spring. Its to strong. It will just keep on breaking. I had the same problem

Works like a charm now.

Super glue the plastic pice back on. There you go.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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Http://www.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=237446&thid=199208
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I'm starting to see a trend here. I answered another post here, and am trying to fix this myself. I hope an epoxy solution may help. I am awaiting an answer from the company.

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

  • atroph Jun 30, 2014

    Well after all of these years I found a permanent fix to this problem. What I did was remove the spring from the bracket at the rear of the CD unit. I then reinstalled the pin and glued the piece that hold the pin back in place. Now the problem is that the top part of the CD mechanism has no clamping force on the CD and it will not operate properly. What I did was get a spring from another CD player mechanism and place it on the top of the CD clamping device where the white disc is. What I did was solder the spring to the top of the cover and when the CD mechanism is open the spring is compressed. When the CD mechanism closes the spring puts enough force on the CD to keep it in the mechanism. The spring that I used is about 1/2" in diameter and is conical shaped so that it can compress almost nearly flat. It is very thin and doesn't provide a lot of compression force, but it does provide enough pressure to allow the CD to stay in place.

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I have the same problem, the spring goes around that shaft you see, but the plastic that holds all of the spring mechanism together is really fragile ive tried fixin mine several times but have failed all times i finally just gave up, i tried calling the duel company but they basicly told me i am on my own, so the only thing i can tell ya is do waht i did ,USE IT FOR TARGET PRACTICE!!, thats all this radio is good for

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Fixed it with this solution haha damm dual! i took it apart it's not that hard just keep note of what goes back where took off that spring and glued back the piece i did not put back the spring i just put it back together and it worked fine and has been ever since, the spring is way too tight for this it's def a design flaw but if you want to save 125 bucks just do it yourself......also make sure not to dislodge any other springs especially the one right behind where your working its a hassle to put back trust me....now go fix the damm thing

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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