Question about Denon DN-S3500
How do I get the cd to eject?
The way to force an eject, is to turn off the deck for a few minutes. Then when you turn it back on, continuously keep pressing the eject button. If the disc does not come out after doing that, you will have to seek out a service center.
One more thing, never leave a cd inside the deck while transporting it. The drive load/eject system is not if the locked and safe position. This only happens when the cd is ejected completly from the drive.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Please reset the unit for 4 hours by unplugging all the cords,even the power cord from the unit and then plug them back again after 4 hours.Now try ejecting the disc.Let me know the result.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
I get a disk error msj on my denon, then i goes on track 1 but doesn't play.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
You need to put something small (I use a CD single box) at the back of the deck so it tilts slightly forward....I thought it was a techy problem but think its just the cd doesn't get pushed far enough out if the deck is slightly tilted back so have its slightly tilted forwards......this seems to work now and the problem hasn't happened me since.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DN- S3500 Cd won't eject.
There might be a round access hole on the bottom of the case with a symbol near it.If it does , turn the screw down inside. Many CD players have a Panic hole like that.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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