Question about Pioneer PD-F1009 301-Disc CD Changer
The player wont load,the door opens but the main mech' doesn't turn. U1 then displays itself on the led display,i'm sure this indicates a problem with the unit.I guess i need to know, is this something i can fix? or does a tech' need to look at it? The unit belongs to my sister who moved house last month,but didn't remove cd's from unit(all 300) of them,and as you would imagine,they all fell out! I live in Australia where this player is called a Pioneer pd-f1007. I look forward to a positive reply as my sister wont stop calling me. Cheers!
I had this same problem today.
took off the cover screws ..2 on each side and 3 in back on top
in the middle of the unit there is a white arm with a tab on both sides
it lifts the cd into the middle to be played
the white tab had come out of the slot it was suppossed to be in on the black cd arm
just carefully ease the tab back into the slot and its like new
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
This worked for me today!! Thanks for posting the solution!
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
This helped me as well. Thanks!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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Many modern washing machines display error codes if they detect a fault, but not all washing machines display a readable error code, some indicate an error by flashing, or lighting some of the lights.
Hotpoint, Indesit, Zanussi error codes
Hotpoint, Indesit washing machines and Zanussi washing machines are some common appliances that display coded error codes. On their more expensive models, they display readable error codes but basic models (without digital displays) use flashing lights to convey the error fault code.
If your washing machine malfunctions and you can see some of the lights flashing, or one or more option lights have lit up, then make a note of which lights are flashing and which option lights are lit. NOTE: the error code list engineers have only shows the option lights by number and not by name. Therefore you need to report the lights as LED 1 and 3, or 2 and 4 etc. and NOT "delay timer" and "extra rinse". Count the lights from the left (or from the top if in a column) and report as "led 1 and 3" etc.
No Option lights?
With basic washing machines that have no option indicator lights, count the number of flashes. For example, the door locked indicator may flash 7 times, pause, and flash another 7 times in a constant cycle which would indicate error code 7.
This information is vital, and needs mentioning when reporting a fault.
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