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CD PLAYER My Cd player turntable spins(sometimes. I only know if I lift the top and it's slowing down), there is sound coming from my speakers when the radio is on, but the CD player keeps saying "no disk". The platter(assuming that the top thingie underneath the lid)does seem to to be able to be pushed up. It only drops back down. Lastly, on the LCD screen(that you read to change tracks and show the megabass option) there's the word "sound" in very small letters. How can I get this CD player to play(read) and put out sound so I can listen to my CDs. I have done a lens cleaning with the Maxwell CD-340 Lens cleaner/w advanced angle brush. Thank you for your help.

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SOURCE: the platter

Hi The platter is the "thingy" that the Cd sits on, and should be firmly attached to the spin motor, which spins the Cd. If that is loose, you must have it repaired at a shop, because the platter height is a factory adjustment, and the laser cannot focus on the disk if it is too far away, or too close to the lense, and it is a delicate adjustment requiring experience & special tools. It is not difficult if you have the tools, so your local repair shop may be able to repair it for a reasonable price. Hopr this helps, good luck!

Posted on May 02, 2007

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