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If the indication says" not ready " it means that the disc is not reading the data present on it . It is possible that the disc is not scanned by the optical head to be ready to play.
So it is possible that the optical head is defective or weak, please try to clean the optical eye with ear bud very softly or use a disc cleaner.
If there is no result the head can be faulty.
If the set was not used for long time please keep it powered ON.
Also the processing section/main board can be a suspect.
this is possible but can lead to more frustration. The cd door usually has a plastic tab that depresses on a button or blocks the opto sensor to indicate it is closed. I presume that your cd door is missing this tab or the circuit that activates when the door is closed is faulty. Block the opto sensor manually using paper or keep the button depressed that the door tabe closes on. You will not need anything to keep door closed unless it is reqiured to play the cd then just use a brick
There may be a jammed disc in the mechanism - if there is no manual release near the door (there isn't usually on these systems), you may have to open the case and look to make sure there's not a disc jammed somewhere in there.
This is what I found: It worked for me. You can try to reset the unit using the procedure below:
Let the unit sit with the AC power cord out of the wall for a couple of hours. Then hit the power button 10-15 times (with the AC power cord still out of the wall socket!) and then try again.
If you continue to have problems unfortunately it sounds as though it is within the electrical assembly. It is hard to say exactly what caused it or exactly what the problem with the circuits are without having a technician look at it. If the place of purchase can not simply exchange the product you can email me your...........
Full Name: Full Address......................(no P.O. Box addresses, as UPS will nottake them) Street: City: State/Province: Zip Code: Phone#: E-Mail Address: Brand: Model#: Date of Purchase: Problem with machine:
....and I can send you the address to ship the unit in for repairs. Without ALL the information, I cannot issue an RA#. I will also need to know the date of purchase of the unit and whether there is a receipt for the purchase.
The warranty is 1 year from the date of purchase. You will simply need to include a copy of any type proof of purchase you may have. Be sure to double check that all you information is included so I can get you the return authorization number and address A.S.A.P.
The non-warranty cost of repair depends on the model number. You may send the machine to us by whatever method you prefer, but you are responsible for the cost of sending the unit to us. We recommend that the unit be shipped to us insured and that a signature be required when we receive it. Repairs generally take 4-6 weeks. Your unit will be returned to you at no charge to you via UPS.
The none warranty repair charge will depend on the model number. The repair fee for your model is $40.00.
Press POWER to Turn ON the unit.
Press CD/Door OPEN.
With the Doors Open, on the Inside Right is a "Clock Set" Button... Press it once.
With the Hour blinking, press the "CD-Tuner-Skip" Up or Down Buttons to set hour.
Press the "Clock Set" Button again to make the minute display blink.
Adjust the minutes the same way.
Once the hour and minutes are both set, be sure to press the "Clock Set" button
one more time. Now the Hour and Minute display should no longer be blinking and
you should be good to go. (I just figured it out for myself.) Hope this helped!