Question about Sharp Audio Players & Recorders
I have repaired a lot of these exact Sharp stereo's and can say with certainty that you have a bad laser pick-up. The only cure for your problem is to have the pick-up replaced. It says no disc because that part is bad and can not read the disc, so it thinks there is no disc.
A repair for this would cost in the area of $125 to $150 depending on the rates of the service center you take it to.
This should give you the information you need to determain if it is worth fixing to you.
Sorry it is not something you could fix easy, but that is just the nature of these types of stereo's. That part, the laser pick-up, is a very expensive part. I have no idea why they charge so much for it, but it is killing the repair centers making so many of these too costly to fix.
I hope this helps, let me know if you require any further help.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
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