Recently my CDP-XE270 has refused to recognise any discs in it. No matter what disc is placed into it, you can hear the machine spin for a very short time then give you the "no disc" sign. It will not play anything, including the lens cleaner disc, and the only two buttons that seem to work are the eject and power ones.
Does anyone have any ideas what's wrong with it? It's only two and a half years old, so I don't imagine it's ready for the bin yet.
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Anything that creates finalized standard audio cd's will do (filenames= xxx.cda). On a PC that would usually mean copying the files from original CD's rather than 'ripping them, then 'burning' the project to a disc.
Try unplugging the unit, then remove the cover. Take a cotton swab, wet one end with glass cleaner, and clean the lens on the laser assembly. Use the other end to dry it off and finish cleaning. Wipe very gently, do not press down hard on the lens.
This problem is usually (not always) caused by dust and smog accumulating on the lens, preventing the laser from reading the disc. Symptoms are skipping, spinning and not reading, or "no disc" errors.