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Old 26th April 2015, 03:53 AM   #1
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I have an old Philip CD951 player with a broken CDM9 unit. That's what I was told. Any idea where or if I can still find replacement for this part in Singapore?
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I don't know about Singapore but I have some for sale !!

Genuine Philips CDM-9 Laser Mechanism with Gear / Belt **** Lower Price ***** | eBay


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What are your symptoms? It may just need a laser. Still available from Bang and Olufsen!
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What are your symptoms? It may just need a laser. Still available from Bang and Olufsen!
Sorry for the late reply, just got back from holidays. Once CD is loaded, I can hear the laser head trying to read but the disc is not spinning. Display says NO DISC. Is this a laser problem or disc motor? Thanks for your advice.
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I don't know about Singapore but I have some for sale !!

Genuine Philips CDM-9 Laser Mechanism with Gear / Belt **** Lower Price ***** | eBay


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Thanks Andy, sorry for the late reply, just got back from holidays. I see the CDM-9 Mechanism comes with both the laser and motor for spinning the disc?

My gear and belt is still good, does it have to come together as a set? Thanks.
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You have a PM.

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Check to see if the laser lights. If it does and acheives focus, the motor should then turn. No focus, no motor.
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The laser can be checked by quickly looking from above while no disc is inserted.
The laser should be lit when the head moves up and down.

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The laser can be checked by quickly looking from above while no disc is inserted.
The laser should be lit when the head moves up and down.

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Never look directly into the laser lens! Especially not from above! Use your phone camera instead.
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