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Old 22nd November 2007, 01:01 PM   #41
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Hi Boky,

Thanks for your help and photos. I ordered the actual belts from Qualifi Pty(Melbourne). Switch 2 was the cause as you have suspected. It was not aligned properly. It looks ok, but it needs some minute adjustment. Now the tray opens and close. But now I have another problem. It cannot detects the disk as the spindle motor does not spin. Tried cleaning the lens, does not help.

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Old 23rd November 2007, 01:53 PM   #42
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Hi Boky,
I found that I broke a leg of the 'Thick Film unit HF' on the CDM while fitting the ribbon cables. Luckily I have an old CDM (not working) so I could canniblise the 'Thick Film unit HF'. Now the motor is spinning but I get random 'static noise'(a few minutes interval) while play a CD. Form the CDM service manual, the output of the 'Thick film unit HF' goes to the Decoder PCB. Unfortunately I do not have the service manual for the transport..so I am not sure if there is any adjustment I need after changing this 'Thick film unit HF'? I am trying to order a copy from the internet. Even when I am not playing and CD, I also get these 'static noise'.
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Old 23rd November 2007, 10:03 PM   #43
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That is unfortunate... I can not recall the exact location of the PCB from your photo (and the CD player's not with me any more). You should be able to repair all the tracks and restore the PCB. The noise you hear even without the CD probably means that the PCB in question is still faulty. There are no adjustments needed for focus, spindle and tracking servos.

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Old 23rd November 2007, 10:35 PM   #44
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Hi Boky,
I left the player on the whole night, and this mornig, the random static noise seems to have gone. It looks OK now. Yes, will try to repair the track on the PCB. Thanks again for your help.
Wishing you a great weekend.
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Old 23rd November 2007, 10:43 PM   #45
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Old 25th June 2010, 05:58 PM   #46
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Default Informations about the Belts for Clamper Unit and Tray

check out therefore this thread:
Help with Philips CD960
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Old 26th June 2010, 12:22 AM   #47
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Hi Tiefbassuebertr,
Thanks. I got the transport and DAC working, but after these years, the rubber belts are acting up again. The tray is moving slowing in and out..got to give a hand to pull and push the tray to play a CD. Will try to find the Farnell replacement.
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