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JVC Sirius KD-LH300 CD Player

Me again i tried the dust remover and did not work won't play the cd's is there any other tricks you know let me know please and thank's a lot

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In one side of the laser lens got a litle potentiometer you can move it clockwise to up the sensitivity of the laser and if with this don´t work the laser lens need to be replaced

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hi there.
Although CDs are still the preferred method of audio distribution, CD players are quickly being phased out in lieu of MP3 players. If your old CD player stops working, it might be a little panic-inducing, but fear not. If the CD player turns on but does not play CDs, then the problem is not with the power cord or the circuity (which are generally more expensive to repair rather than fix) but with the lens. There are several troubleshooting steps that you can take to fix a CD player when it won't play.
Step 1 Remove excess dust from the CD player. Dust is the number one enemy of electronics, and it can corrode even the most resilient device. Make sure to dust in between buttons, knobs, power cord(s) and audio-out ports. Note: use a dry duster, as moisture will harm your CD player further.
Step 2 Use a disk-based lens cleaner to remove ground in dust or dirt from the CD player's lens. These lens cleaners look like a regular CDs, but have specially-made bushes on the reverse side that gently remove excess dirt from the CD-reading lens. Simply put the CD in your player, and press the "Play" button to clean the lens. Do not run the cleaner more than once, as excess brushing can cause scratches on the lens.
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Insert a lens cleaning disc into the set and play it at leat three times. If the fault is due to accumulation of dust, the cleaning disc will clean it out and your set will be work again. If this does not help you, the laser pickup unit of the set is faulty, and should be replaced with same type and number. The lens cleaning disc can be bought from most of the electronic spare part selling shops at your twon, and won't cost more. OK.

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Hi Sam,


First of all, thank you for purchasing the service/repair manual of Panasonic SC-CH64M.


Please email me at [email protected], I will send you the copy. It is a pdf file format and can't be uploaded here.


Again, thank you so much!


Rating and feedback are highly appreciated!


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You may try cd cleaner kits but ususally they cant help.

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The CD player is about 20 years olda and has worked fine until a few weeks ago. It does not play CD's now. We sprayed it with air to dust it. It worked again. The next time we tried it does not play...


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with top tray cd players they collect a lot of dust over the laser using an ear bud dipped in metholated spirits or rubbing alcohol rub the lens clean and try the disc again it should work fine

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You'll need to unplug and remove the case - 4 screws on the sides and 4 or 5 on the back. Once this is done plug back in (be careful not to touch any live parts inside), load a CD and watch. What you'll probably see is that when the drawer closes the mechanism under the drawer doesn't lift sufficiently. Give it small push when it tries and I bet it then will and the CD will play.

What you need to do to fix this is remove the front panel/PCB and also remove the plastic cover that is screwed above the CD drawer so that you can see more of the topside of the mechanism.

Remove the front panel/PCB by releasing the 2 screws on the bottom and then easing forward. Gentle - as there are pins connecting the front PCB to the side PCB. You should then be able to see a worm drive type arrangement that lifts the lower assembly. This will need regreasing (I used vaseline) with a small stick (I used a Q-tip with the bud cut off). You will probably see where the old grease has been pushed out. Once you've done this, reassemble and operate a good few times to work the grease in.

Done! Mine works fine now after sitting there performing the annoying trick you described for many months!

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