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My cd player (model dx-1800) is jammed. When I push eject I can hear the necanism but tray will not open

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Hi djhartness

It will have a faulty load belt to the tray assembly. Not hard to replace if this in an Onkyo DX1800. You need to use a belt the same cross section as the one that has failed. If you need any help sourcing the part, just let me know. cheers

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robotek

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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