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Kenwood would be a possible source.

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SOURCE: stuck disc in JVC CD player

It wasn't a car cd player, but a component for a stereo.  I took off the case and shook the player until the disc dropped out.  We plan to replace the player, so no further help is needed.  Thank you for getting back to me so quickly.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Have a 6 disc cd player in a BOSE 30 Lifestyle

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May i suggest you try selecting each of the 6 CD's then depress each of these buttons waiting about 10 seconds between each press - play, stop, eject. You can also try powering off the unit between each press. It may be the microprocessor that send the commands to logic circuitry to perform the next mechanical funtion. It isn't necessarily something that you did wrong. It could simply be an electronic failure.



Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 gmc envoy slt cd player takes the cd hums then ejects the cd displaying check cd . it looks like the cd never fully seats into the player before it ejects it. how do i fix it

Same problem on my 04 Silverado, then it stopped ejecting them. I had to replace the stereo.

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Both cd trays are stuck in the closed positions and will not eject. How do I open the CD tray and eject ?


There is a belt for responsible they must replaced sometimes its possible to unlock the tray by a small paperclip but sometimes you have to disassemble the player with a 4 screws in order to achieve the ejection of the traymotor look most lying in front of the tray

Aug 17, 2014 | NexxTech N2000

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How to fix DVD (not eject)


Please read my tips on how to fix the DVD players (not eject).

This problem is common on all DVD players such as VCD players,DVD/VCR combo,or even DVD ROM..

This simple tips is very easy to perform even you are non-pro in electronics.


This are the steps on how to do a D.I.Y troubleshooting:
  1. Remove the cover of your DVD player.
  2. Look at the DVD or CD tray assembly.
  3. Remove the whole CD tray assembly by loosening all screws at the left and right corner of the CD tray assembly and also you need to remove the front panel of the ejecting tray to get the whole CD tray assembly away from the DVD player for further repair and check-up.
  4. After that,look at the bottom of the DVD or CD tray and try to find out where's the motor that controls the ejecting tray.It is usually have a rubber O-ring or mini rubber belt that control the gear of ejecting tray
  5. Next,when you found the ejecting motor.Try to look at the rubber O-ring or mini rubber belt condition,if it is cut,loosen or disconnected from the motor.
  6. If the rubber belt is in good condition,check the ejecting motor.There are 2 ways of testing the motor,first the resistance checking-you should have a ohmmeter or multimeter (resistance or ohm range) point your (+/-) test prove to the terminal of the motor to measure the resistance.Secondly the actual testing-this procedure you need a battery 3vdc,connect the negative(-) terminal of the battery on the black wire of the motor and the positive(+) is connect to the red wire.If the motor is not spin-up replace it with the same type,rating,voltage and value.
  7. If you already done this procedure and the problem is still there after you replace the defective parts,if any.The problem could be the motor ejecting driver that found on the main board.This is not for D.I.Y because of the parts inside main board is very sensitive and hard to replace.If the trouble is on the main board you have to replace the whole main board or buy a new player.

Thank you for reading my tips.I hope to help you!!

on Jun 08, 2011 | Televison & Video

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How to repair DVD (not eject)



My tips on how to fix the not ejecting DVD.

These are the steps on how to do a D.I.Y troubleshooting:
  1. Remove the cover of your DVD player.
  2. Look for the DVD or CD tray assembly.
  3. Remove the whole CD tray assembly by loosening all screws at the left and right corner of the CD tray assembly and also you need to remove the front panel of the ejecting tray to get the whole CD tray assembly away from the DVD player for further repair and check-up.
  4. Then look at the bottom of the DVD or CD tray and try to find out where's the motor that controls the ejecting tray.It is usually have a rubber O-ring or mini rubber belt that control the gear of ejecting tray
  5. Next,when you found the ejecting motor,try to look at the rubber O-ring or mini rubber belt condition,if it is cut/loosen or disconnected from the motor.
  6. If the rubber belt is in good condition,check the ejecting motor. There are 2 ways of testing the motor.
  • First,the resistance checking-you should have a ohm meter or multimeter (resistance or ohm range) point your (+/-) test prove to the terminal of the motor to measure the resistance.
  • Second is the actual testing in this procedure you need a battery 3vdc,connect the negative(-) terminal of the battery on the black wire of the motor and the positive(+) ,connect to the red wire.If the motor is not spin-up replace it with the same type,rating,voltage and value.
7. If you already done this procedure and the problem is still there
after you replace the defective parts,if any.The problem could be
the motor ejecting driver that found on the main board.This is not
for D.I.Y because of the parts inside main board is very sensitive
and hard to replace.If the trouble is on the main board you have to
replace the whole main board or buy a new player.



Thank you for reading my tips.

on May 11, 2011 | Televison & Video

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CD Wont Eject & Mode Wont Go to "CD MODE"


I suspect that the rubber belt that drives the eject portion of the unit has broken. I suggest you remove the unit and have an teckie look at it. belts are available for most makes from tandy or other electronic parts shops.

May 09, 2013 | 2005 Honda Element

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Sony DVP-NS50P not ejecting


hi,
You have to check the try loading belt of you dvd. if the belt is loose or broken the will not be ejected. you can see only OPEN in the display. You can simply check is it related to belt. Power on the dvd player and then press the eject button. Place you ear on the top of the player and listen is there is any humming sound (sound of motor running). If you hear the sound then the belt have some problem.if there is no sound then the problem is related to the electronic part which drives the motor. if so you have to change the mother board of you dvd player. Because the all the parts in it are smd( surface ***** device) also the availability of the part is very rare. Also you have to consult the sony authorized servicing center to repair the same.

If you here the sound then you Can rectify the problem by replacing the belt. Normally you cant see the belt from the top of the mechanism. Because it is beneath the tray. you can see it only if the tray is in eject position.

Remove the top cover of your dvd player. As it is sony dvd player you can eject the tray manually. for that watch the bottom of your dvd player. You can see a slot closed by a plastic strip just bottom of the mechanism. Pull out the plastic strip. Watch through the slot. you can see a Noach which you can move manually to the left and right. put a screwdriver in it and pull the Noach to the side. the try will get ejected. Not fully but partially. You have to pull out the tray fully manually.
If you closely look at the inner end side of the try then you cn see a motor and belt. if the belt is loose it will be in there in the motor pulley and in the wheel. if its broken broken then you have to find it where it . Take the belt as sample and bring a new one. you will get the belt at any of the electronic spare parts shop near you. Put the new belt in the position. inset the tray by pushing it in to inside slowly. power on the dvd player and the press the eject button.
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Apr 29, 2011 | Sony DVP-NS50P DVD Player

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I have a 1997 Ford Explorer purchased new with te


is there a coin holder in front of the changer? if so, there may be a coin lodged inside the changer preventing the carrier mechanism from moving. look on the bottom of the changer to see if a coin might be stuck.

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Cd holder opening all the time


I don't know your specific model, but this problem is a common one. There is a loading belt that not only pulls the tray into the machine but also engages the cd onto the CD table with a clamping assembly. If the belt is starting to slip, it won't have enough grip to engage the clamper. This means that the load is unsuccessful and the unit will "eject" the CD. Have the loading belt replaced and all should be well.

Dan

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My dns1000 will accept cd's fine but will not eject there is a big buzzing sound and the cd only ejects a tiny part of the cd enough to pinch and pull out any advice?


A couple things may be preventing the cd from ejecting. The tracks for the door may be dirty, or the belt inside may be slipping. The only real solution is to take it apart and eject a cd watching the gears and the belt to see what is preventing the cd from comming out all the way. It may be best to take it to a service center if you are not comfortable with this type of repair. If it is a belt or slipping gear, it will not be more than a $25.00 repair on average. That is what we would charge in our shop. I hope this helps.

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C.d. disk in player and does not eject


Quite a common problem on certain CD players that SONY produced. It`s most likely to be the belt slipping, if you can gain access to the belt while connected up, you`ll probably find that when the CD is loaded into the machine, the belt will be slipping and not lifting the laser carriage assembly up to the CD. When you try to eject, the machine again will try to lift the CD up to eject, only to be slipping and not quite having enough grip to lift the CD tray assembly. If you give it a little helping hand and it works, you now know you require a drive belt. Ian

Aug 04, 2009 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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