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Panasonic SA-AK330 A couple of days ago, after pausing for an extended period, the CD would not play, then be able to read CDs. After shutting off and unplugging overnight it worked fine for most of the day, then stopped and began giving a NO DISC message. After opening the unit up, cleaning and such it worked for awhile, then stopped playing again. I had researched this site and decided to check the motor. After extended play, the unit stopped again. I opened it up and the CD was not spinning. I started the disc spinning with a pencil eraser and it spun on up. I suspect the motor is getting weak and will soon go out completely. Any suggestions? I am pretty adept, mechanically. Is this something relatively easy to change out? Thanks for any advice.

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  • camerongilli Oct 12, 2008

    same problem, has been intermittent, now cannot read any disks, where can I get a tech manual, I am happy to change the spin motor disk... if I can find it;-)

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Change the spin motor disc

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