Question about Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: cd player skips, shoudl I
I would try a cd cleaner cd - they normally have tiny brushes on the CD itself, which when used brushes against the laser lens.
I have opened one up before, they do get dusty - so if you really want to give it a good clean I would open it (remove the 6 screws putting them somewhere safe) and use a can of compressed air to blow out any dust.
There is a fair amount of grease inside which may collect dust if blown about.
Posted on Sep 28, 2011
SOURCE: the sony model #CDP-c910
Try changing the (only) belt the player has with a brand new one. Go to www.partstore.com. I believe it costs more than $10. Clean the pulleys with isoprophyll alcohol using a cotton swab after removing the old belt.
After you remove the top cover, take a careful look how the belt is placed. Don't unscrew anything. The belt can be removed and replaced without removing any screw. A paper clip will help if you don't have the right belt removal & replacement tool. A commercial CD lens cleaner (I use Scotch brand) will greatly help. Just insert it in your magazine and run for a few seconds to a minute. This is not a sure fire solution but most of the problems in this model is attributed to an loose/overstretched old belt and a dirty laser lens. I hope this helps & good luck!
Posted on Oct 15, 2011
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