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Teac CD X-9 player (single disk, two speaker system) purchased at COSTCO about 2 years ago. Problem: CD will load and spin but not play.

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Is the CD player replaceable if we can get the correct CD replacement? I've tried to get the info from TEAC and they don't answer my email.


See if you can get the exact unit on the cheap on ebay. Teac obviously does not give a rat's a-- about your dilemma .

Your laser assembly is fubar and not repairable - not cost effective.
Time to move on after 9 years of use.

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I have a teac x-9, and during cd play, the cd doors randomly open and close causing me to restart cd play all over again. it does this on its own, and i don't push any buttons for it to occur. is this...


clean your eject button or check it 2 see if it is broke. if u have a remote try 2 play a cd with the cd player with the batterys out of the remote. last 1. the cd door could be off trak witch wood make the cd off balance when the eye goes 2 read the data on the disk it misses its data an will cause your cd player 2 open.

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Teac CR H100 CD player just clicks when I press play and if it plays, it stops very soon. Is this teminal


it sounds like it is the motor that spins the disk most likely not worth replacing unless the unit has high sentimental value to you

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Cd x-9 teac will load cd spin but not play lcd reading says 'no cd'


If this problem occurs only at this cd/dvd it's a disk problem. If it occurs on various disks try using a cd/dvd cleaner set, a wet one is better. Follow the instructions on the set. The main idea is to put one drip of the included liquid at the set (usually isopropyl alcohol) at a specific place (like small brush) on the disk surface and play this disk. This way the "brush" will clean up the laser lens and after that the cd/dvd player will be able to read the disks. BE CAREFULL not to put too much liquid on the "brush". In case you can, use a Q-tip with isopropyl alcohol to clean up the cd lens manually. In case this doesn’t solve your problem, the cd player needs laser lens replacement by a technician.

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The unit rarely plays CD's anymore. It spins the


most likely a bad laser lens or out of adjustment.

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Nad 502 CD will not recognise and play CD every time


HI.This will occur when the optical assembly becomes unstable. this ((Whole One Piece)), assembly incorporates the spin/load motor, optics housing /arm, tracking device and tracking rail. This is connected to the loading dock assembly. This 'NO Disc' or CD NOT PLAYABLE, code is the result of a failed or burned out lens, or misaligned loading mechanism. It is possible that you have a dirty lens cap. you can try using a cleaning disk in this case to confirm actual lens failure. if the cleaning doesn't restore normal reading capabilities, this will confirm my diagnosis.

You will need to have the optical assembly replaced in this case. once replaced, your unit will be able to read and track once more

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I mistakenly cleaned the with a cleaning solution a few years ago, since then the Teac PD-H500 has trouble recognising any CD, hence will not play the CD; instead all I hear is a clicking noise. over the...


If I were you I would get hold of good magnifying glass or one that jewelers use and look into the lens of the device (power off of course). If you can see a scratch or smudge or damage then that's the reason the CD wont read.
Sorry if it is then it's likely you will need a new one and they are expensive.

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Teac PD-1200 Compact Multi Disc Player


Hi

I think that we can get at least one of them going again :)
I suggest
  1. take the lids off both of them.
  2. load up some Cd's and close the drawer and watch what happens.
  3. does the disc begin to spin, is not, do you hear any noise as it tries to read each disc.
  4. can you kick start the CD when it first loads(clockwise direction)
  5. if not of these things happen, can you see if the transport loads the cd up off the tray.
While you are in there, with the front drawer open you should be able to see the laser lens. Use a cotton bud moistened with windex(glass cleaner) gently clean the lens in a circular motion and then also polish it with a dry one to be sure you have left no smears on the lens. Then.... try the unit again and see if the CD reads.
If you don't have any luck this far, please post back to me and we can try some other things. All this and you give me a FixYa... YAY :)

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robotek

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My Bose Wave Radio/CD developed this problem about a year ago. I don't use the CD player much and kept the unit clean. The disc spins but, the system does not read it. Cleaning the lens with cotton did not help.

Read that Bose charges $75 to fix this problem.

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