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Disc is stuck on playhead, won't come out on carousel.

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No way but to open the cover the mechanism and remove from the drive of the mechanism.
If the power is present, then check the loading motor drive mechanism , checkthe drive IC for fault.
If not check the power from the SMPS and rectify.
If not the board can be faulty.

Posted on Sep 25, 2010

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