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CD player not working

CDs won't turn on platter and don't read. I don't have a screw driver long enough to take apart the unit. I figure there's probably a little elastic that's popped off under the platter which could be replaced. Thanks for any assistance.

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  • Anonymous May 13, 2008

    funtion buttion not working

  • Anonymous May 18, 2008

    I have split the speakers and attached them to my speakers on to my boat dock down on the lake. Will that make a big difference? I can hear the cd's changing even shows on the front of the unit. But no sound. Do you have any suggestions? Thanking you in advance for all of your support. I do not know the number of my unit. Where would I find the number on my unit?



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  • LACLAVE May 20, 2008

    The cd problem started as a intermittent problem first it would spin but not read any of the disc that i would play.Then it stopped working all together. I carefully took it apart and visually inspected it. I don"t know what part is defective? How costly is it to replace the cd component of this radio? Their were 4 screws holding the whole circuit board assembly in place with a nine pin wiring harness plug into it. If i could find the whole assembly as i took it off i will replace it my self. or maybe someone else might have a suggestion other than having to pay $50.00 and postage to send it out for repair!! HELP!

  • tsunamijavip Jun 06, 2008

    My cd Player dont work. 1 year after buy it, dont read CD

  • nads-putty Sep 19, 2008

    when i put cd on the screen says no disc and doesnt play. tried putting disc cleaner on but even that doesnt work

  • kralles Sep 24, 2008

    it work read any disk

  • Anonymous Oct 05, 2008

    CD's won't play, displays reads "nd" radio and cassette player work fine,

    How do we get cd's to play again?

  • jkoniar Oct 05, 2008

    CD's will not play, seems to be turning disc display reads"no or nd", cannot get it to play. Radio and cassette player working fine.

  • Anonymous Nov 06, 2008

    compact laser lens with rx -es25





  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    I had the same problem; my CD player on my Aiwa CSD-TD49 would spin a bit, but the counter stayed at 0:00 with no sound. Thanks STAT's solution I was able to fix the problem. Thank you STAT.....

  • phospheratu May 11, 2010

    How are you supposed to use a lens cleaning disc if it won't read discs?

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I fixed the CD player on my Aiwa CSD-TD49! The CD would spin a bit, but the counter stayed at 0:00 with no sound. Open the unit carefully by removing the six screws on the back, and one on the bottom (all have arrows pointing to them.) There is an antenna wire on the left side, and some more on the right side. You should be able to pull the rear section back enough to shift it to the left. Look at the unit from the rear left side. There is a small white adjustable potentiometer or variable resistor. Mine started out in an almost horizontal position, and through turning it clockwise almost a quarter turn, fixed the CD player. I can't tell you exactly what this did, but it worked. It was a little hard to put the unit back together, but just be gentle and patient, and you'll get it back into one piece. Hope this helps!

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NO NO NO NO NO NO dont be sticking a screw driver where you dont know where its going!!!! Theres no belt under the turntable as its a direct drive motor. It the platter dosent turn then that means that the laser is not focusing on the disc. This could a combination of five differant things. First is a simple one as the lens may need cleaning. Try first by using a good lens cleaning disc. Second make sure the slider that the lens is attached to is all the way back to the platter as sometimes there is a small belt that drives the slider assy via a worm gear and that belt goes bad alot as the worm gear i've seen get gunked up with air and dirt. Third is the platter its self . It may have slipped down to close to the lens and it wont focus. Forth could be the motor drive curcuit is defective . Coulkd be a bad motor control ic or the b+ going to the curcuit. and finally but not least could be a bad laser assy. If this is bad you might as well buy a new unit unless you can install one your self but be warned if you do you will need to alighn the new PU assy for tracking and focus gains as well as rf azmuth and laser power. Good luck I hope this put a little lite on the subject for ya.

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The solution #3 worked perfect for my Sony CFD-S200. My device wasn't detecting the CDs and showing on the screen "no cd" I followed the instructions of the solution #3 and now works perfect. Thanksyou very much.

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Aiwa CSD-TD901 - CD player not spinning up. My solution.

It appears that for me, two problems occurred at once.
1) The interlock switch was faulty. Cleaning the contacts fixed this but still the spindle motor was not moving.
2) The laser was too far in on the track positions keeping the CD from spinning up. With the power unplugged, I manually rotated the track gears very gently to move the laser all the way to the outside position.

After reconnecting the power, the laser moved to the correct inner position, the CD spun up again for the first time since failing, and now plays music just fine.

I hope this helps someone else.

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December 5, 2008

The Sony CD player (CFD-S26) won't spin and therefore it doesn't play. Any suggestions or help would be appreciated.

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Hi
I had a similar problem with my Sony CDP-715 player.
With or without a inserted cd there would be no spin and in the screen only a "zero" would appear (not "no disk") in both situations.
With the unit unplugged I gently made the lens assembly go all the way out position, by gently spinning the white plastic gear adjacent.
Then I turned the unit on and the lens assembly would drive to its normal position at the center.. after doing this 2 or 3 times I heard some click sound as the laser was returning to sector zero and that time it went all the way, then the unit started working normally again.
Probably dirt buildup or lack of lubrication or just wear...
Hopefully this wonderfull machine will still have a 2nd life

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At first I was using a CD-RW, I tried a different CD-R and it worked...apparently this is an older player and 48x CD's work.

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

Way to go guy it makes a lot of sense

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  • dufay Sep 05, 2010

    Cleaning the lens with 70% rubbing alcohol and a q tip fixed my AIWA CSD-E5220. Thank you.

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Could also be that the lid/catch is not closing properly, or warn/ The motor does not spin un;ess the lid is secured properly

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