Question about Vocopro CDG-8000 PRO
It does actually appear that both drives failed at the same time or that they both got dust and debris in the playing mechanism... if you have some canned air or a compressor give it a good "shot" with some high pressured air directly into the cd "drive" mechanism. The center part that actually turns to spin the cd.
Otherwise you will want to look into getting replacement drives for this player. It is actually quite likely that the lack of use is what did these drives in. They have little ball bearings inside that spin to spin the CD and sitting idle without use is actually worse in some cases then having regular use... does that make sense? Even though I'm sure it was "dry" I am sure there was some kind of humidity that is unavoidable.. that gets in the mechanism and jams it up a bit ... You can try a tiny bit of WD-40 or similar sprayed directly into that drive mechanism as well and it could very well free it up.
Thanks, let me know if you have any questions or concerns, just reply to my answer here and I will be right back with you.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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