I have barely used my Yamaha CDC 675 CD changer. It's been in storage most of the time I've had it. Everything seems to work, including the remote... but the "turntable" part seems locked up. What do I need to do? It just won't budge. Can someone help? I'd really like to listen to my music again.
Open the player. (Undo the screws) take off the cover and nudge the tray gently take a look around and see if the white plastic gears are locked up. A little gentle prodding should loosen it up. Barring that call Yamaha!
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You have a problem with the try control circuit. It could be the switch is leaking across itself. Could be a problem with the tray motor control IC, or the Microprocessor is not reseting the open tray line correctly, or theres a cam assembly inside the unit that tells the microprocessor where everything is by means of small micro/leaf type switches thats out of alighnment or broken. If its seven years old, you got more then it was designed for and I would'nt invest a dime or the time into the repair of this unit. Time to take a trip to the electronics store. Good luck