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Old 21st November 2007, 07:51 AM   #1
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Can anyone here tell me what model laser the Nakamichi CDC-3A cd player uses? I've never encountered it before and cant find any markings. Trying to repair it as the laser is kaput! Thanks.
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Old 21st November 2007, 05:03 PM   #2
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It's a Pioneer PWY1009, used in almost every Pioneer 6-disc changer model made from around 1987-90 or later(PD-M400-PD-M910, more or less). They don't go bad very often, even now, other than the common failure of the glue that holds the lens into the focus actuator(which is simply a matter of rescuing the lens from where ever it's rattling around in the unit & carefully gluing it back in place).
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Old 21st November 2007, 06:49 PM   #3
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It's a Pioneer PWY1009, used in almost every Pioneer 6-disc changer model made from around 1987-90 or later(PD-M400-PD-M910, more or less). They don't go bad very often, even now, other than the common failure of the glue that holds the lens into the focus actuator(which is simply a matter of rescuing the lens from where ever it's rattling around in the unit & carefully gluing it back in place).
Hi Stephensank or other fellow ...

As the glue Pioneer use is water based and in high humidity conditions it fall apart , what kind of glue did you recomend?

Thanks in advance.
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I use a tiny bit of silicone rubber adhesive around the inside edge of the "collar" of the focus actuator. Works very nicely. Can't count how many of these I have fixed this way & haven't had one fail yet.
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I use a tiny bit of silicone rubber adhesive around the inside edge of the "collar" of the focus actuator. Works very nicely. Can't count how many of these I have fixed this way & haven't had one fail yet.
Hi Stephensank

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