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CD player damage

CD tray was hit when in open position. Managed to get tray back in but will not go back in open position.

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Try this my friend,

take off the cover, at one corner of the table (disc tray) you'll find a screw that is the retainer screw so that the tray does not fall out completely. remove and take out the tray. Then turn on your CD player, try to observe the movement of the gear that drives the tray in-out. the initial position of the tray when mechacnism is dismantaled, tray will be ejected. Try to find out only if the position of the gears in eject position. If you think it is, then turn of the player, slightly insert the tray back. Now it will be a little hard to re-insert because of the gears but try to insert and once you get it on the track, dont push it too much just feel if the tray moves freely. If it does then leave it oepn, turn on the unit and it should retract the tray ion home position. inserting the tray in the maximum open home position is the difficulty.

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Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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This can be a messy and frustrating problem to fix. You have to insure that the gears which control the opening and closing of the disc tray are correctly aligned with the apparatus inside. I have fixed this successfully on my own, but I must say it wasn't easy and involves removing the cover to give you better access, taking the tray out again and fiddling with it until everything is lined up properly. Might be worth sending for repairs.

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