Question about Pioneer PD-F1009 301-Disc CD Changer

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U1 FAULT CODE

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!

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  • wchin Nov 15, 2007

    Same problem happened to my CD player, after a move, all the CDs got jumbled in the carriage, and I had turned it on without noticing that, then I emptied out all the CDs and the U1 warning came on. The carriage is stuck at position 204 in front.

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2008

    Sorry I don't have an answer. I have the exact same changer and it is also stuck and won't respond to remote or manual efforts. The authorized repair service listed by Pioneer does not repair this changer. They have attempted to remove their name from the Pioneer list of authorized dealers for CD changers without success.I am taking it to a local repair shop and they believe they can fix it with a minimal of effort and expense. I don't want to scrap it just yet. I like the way it works when it did work. It is two years and three months old. Warranty only good for one year. I'll post a follow-up after I get the unit back next Wednesday. Ray

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I had this same problem today.
unplugged it
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

  • szalaish Dec 07, 2010

    I've done this three times now. The problem is that after playing twenty or so CDs, the white arm has now popped back out three times now. Any solutions to that? That is, any solutions to make it not pop back out? It is very easy to fix, but it's still a pain to have to do when you'd rather just be listening.

  • Victoria Richardson Sep 18, 2013

    SS123 - Thank you so much. I can't believe that you figured this out yourself because it is really hard to see that the white tab needs to move over almost 1/2" to the left to fit into the vertical black slot! You saved me a lot of frustration - the machine is 11 years old and who knows where to get it serviced.

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This worked for me today!! Thanks for posting the solution!

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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This helped me as well. Thanks!!!!!!!!!

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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