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Sony cd player 200 disc , table dosen't know where it's at,, encoder problem?

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  • timp3 Jan 01, 2009

    Well, After most of the guys told me it was one of the carousel photo
    eyes I started taking the thing apart. After cleaning the eyes and
    reassembling the unit it did the same thing. While observing the motion
    of the carousel I noticed that the movement was jerky, not smooth like
    it was originally. I started to look at the drive motor and related
    gearing. I took the belt off and moved the motor and the drive gearing
    independently looking for stiff movement. I found particles in the
    grease , grit sized pieces of white stuff in between the teeth on the
    belt. Cleaned the belt and related gears and belt pulleys and LOW AND
    BEHOLD smooth movement of the carousel and no more loading problem. The
    jerky movement of the carousel did not agree with the locating
    electronics for the carousel. Tim

  • timp3 Jan 01, 2009

    Well, After most of the guys told me it was one of the carousel photo
    eyes I started taking the thing apart. After cleaning the eyes and
    reassembling the unit it did the same thing. While observing the motion
    of the carousel I noticed that the movement was jerky, not smooth like
    it was originally. I started to look at the drive motor and related
    gearing. I took the belt off and moved the motor and the drive gearing
    independently looking for stiff movement. I found particles in the
    grease , grit sized pieces of white stuff in between the teeth on the
    belt. Cleaned the belt and related gears and belt pulleys and LOW AND
    BEHOLD smooth movement of the carousel and no more loading problem. The
    jerky movement of the carousel did not agree with the locating
    electronics for the carousel. Tim

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There is a bad optical sensor on the loading trays. It could be an encoder problem, but the optical is most common.

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