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 Post subject: [CLD-M401]
PostPosted: 30 Jun 2020, 18:29 
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Hello everyone.
I'm new here and i have a problem, hope someone can help me. :-(

So, i bougth a CLD-M401 LD (the one with 5 CDs and LD), the guy from ebay told me that before shipping to me, he try and worked fine.
I recived on sunday and after i connected, the only thing that work was POWER ON/OFF, and the other bottons, but the trash didn't go out :-(
I took it to my brother in law that knows a few thing and when we open it we found this:
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So first, you can see that the corner is a little broken, and the black thing (sorry about my english) is out of place, we think at first that it was the problem (the black thing) but not.
We put it back an still, nothing happend :-(

Yesterday, we found this:
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You can see is broken to :-(

Today my brother in law told me that "crane", i hope that is the rigth ward in english (is the motor that take de CDs/LD and put them in place to Play them) dosen't work well.
When we put CDs, it take the CDs but dosen't stop to Play them, and when we put a LD, just don't take it.

I don't remember what else happend, also, the trash sometimes go out and sometimes dosn't.

Someone can help me a little and tell me what to check?

Best Regards and Thanks you :-)
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 Post subject: Re: [CLD-M401]
PostPosted: 01 Jul 2020, 01:24 
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I responded in your AVSForum post but the quick answer is that is was probably not packed with cushion to absorb shocks, These units are problematic and I totally avoid these the CD changers for units to refurbish. I recommend asking for a refund.
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 Post subject: Re: [CLD-M401]
PostPosted: 01 Jul 2020, 07:37 
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krbahr wrote:
I responded in your AVSForum post but the quick answer is that is was probably not packed with cushion to absorb shocks, These units are problematic and I totally avoid these the CD changers for units to refurbish. I recommend asking for a refund.


Yes i know, but let's say that i don't 100% sure that the seller is going to give me the money back, just thinking..
How can i fix the problem?
Or what can i show to you so meaby you can help me to solve the problem :angel:

Thanks very much for answer me BTW :-)
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 Post subject: Re: [CLD-M401]
PostPosted: 01 Jul 2020, 16:32 
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30 or 60 minute epoxy and supports of wood or metal that don't get in the way.
Make sure all grease is clean, super clean and give it plenty of time for the epoxy to cure.

Longer time = stronger.

Good luck.
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PostPosted: 02 Jul 2020, 03:07 
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kurko1992 wrote:
krbahr wrote:
I responded in your AVSForum post but the quick answer is that is was probably not packed with cushion to absorb shocks, These units are problematic and I totally avoid these the CD changers for units to refurbish. I recommend asking for a refund.


Yes i know, but let's say that i don't 100% sure that the seller is going to give me the money back, just thinking..
How can i fix the problem?
Or what can i show to you so meaby you can help me to solve the problem :angel:

Thanks very much for answer me BTW :-)


It's been so long since I've worked on one of these I cannot remember in my mind exactly how the unit operates to pick up the CD for playback. As I said I avoid these changer units.
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