I own a Pioneer PD-M406 6 disc cd player that skips alot, especially on cd-r type cds. I have used a cd/dvd cleaner which is a disc with tiny brushes on it but it doesn't solve the problem. The player is about 10 years old. Can I solve this problem on my own?
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The last 3 discs might be CD-RW which can be rewritten, but not all cd players will be able to read them. Just go to the store and buy some CD-R disks and re-burn the last 3 disks. That should solve your problem.
it could be lots of things, how many hours of use your player has? (laser opticals have a life time) are you using cheap recorded CD's? ar the speakers too close to the player (loud base could make it skip) the laser optical could be dirty try a cleaning disk.
pioneer cd players have the common problem of losing their laser lens
due to the glue that holds it in place going brittle over time. try
shaking the player from side to side and upside down to see if you can
hear the lens rattling about. if you recover the lens, very carefully
slot it back in place and apply a tiny drop of glue (NOT SUPERGLUE) to
the outside edge of the lens taking care not to get any on the focus
area and leave to dry. all should be well after this. i find UHU GLUE
in the yellow tubes do a lasting fix but don't use SUPERGLUE as the
fumes will coat the lens.