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Re: CD PLAYER DOOR
If it is only two months old, DO NOT take the unit apart! there should be at least a three month warranty on it, and if you mess with it, they(the repairer) will blame you. Call for an authorized dealer in the owners manual. Good Luck
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It two things can cause this:- The motor is damaged ( you can listed closely to hear if the door motor runs when you try to open the tray. Or The belt that takes power from motor to open mechanism is damaged.
first, check for a cd already inside. you may have to open the stereo and manually remove it. if not, does your stereo power on? if so and there is no other cd in your stereo, then still manually remove it and test it with the case off. if it does not react when you place a cd inside, you most likely will have to get a new one.
Hi, what makes a CD player not ejecting or not opening is because the Sim tray which carries the CD inside the player when inserted is damaged and it's not performing it suppose to. o weak to function, You will need to replace the Sim tray that allows the CD go in and out...
Before, when trying to see the problem, I clicked "skip" to see if it would go through all the discs. It did, but still wouldn't open the door. Later, I clicked "play" each time, then "skip", and after going through all 5 discs, the door opened. Go figure.
If you hit the open button and you hear a sound like a motor running than it is most likely a belt or connection that physically opens the tray. You'll have to take it apart, locate the cd player and check from there. If no sound of a motor running when the button is pushed then the motor is probably bad.
When you turn on the unit the cd draw seams to open. I hear it making a noise like if it is trying to get ready to play. When you shut the draw it won't play, change tracts, or the disc thing to put in more disc wont work. Someone please help me
I have a similar stereo system and accidentally put two CD's in one tray and it got stuck and could not open. What I did was unplug everything from the unit and took off the side panel. After some careful fiddling I got it to open. You could try something like that.