Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Your unit will need a clean and service. The laser moves backwards and forwards on on 2 rails.These rails are notorious for the grease drying out and impeding the traverse of the mechanism. the solution is to strip the unit, remove the rails and clean them, reinsert with new graphite grease to prevent the problem reoccurring. In some cases it may be a faulty interconnect loom to the laser assembly, and in even fewer cases it may be a faulty spindle motor whose bearing tolerances have passed what the transport can cope with. Whilst in there, clean the laser lens with a cotton bud moistened with windex glass cleaner, then polish off any smears or residue left behind.
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Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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