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Old 18th November 2004, 07:14 AM   #1
Maurice is offline Maurice  South Korea
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Default Geared wheel for Phillips CD850-MK2

Hi,
Today my Phillips CD850-MK2 CD player wouldn't open the tray door and I found out the plastic gear inside has been broken.

I've searched the forum and part number 4822-522-33192 is the replacement part for Phillips player CD951 and CD931.

I like to know whether the same part can be used to fix my CD850 MK2.

If it's okay , I like to know if I have to contact Dutchwest Parts for ordering. The name of the company was also found through this forum. When I contacted local Phillips support center this morning, I was told that the part is not availalble and can not be ordered.

Any help would be appreciated..
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Old 18th November 2004, 08:39 AM   #2
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Hi!

I think I remember "MDLOVER" had some for sale...
tray gear for CD-M4 and CD-M9

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Old 18th November 2004, 12:01 PM   #3
Maurice is offline Maurice  South Korea
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Following is a mail I received from Dutchwest Parts for my query on part number.

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Hello,

With reference to your recent message. Although we are not technical at Dutchwest, we do have access to Philips Service Software, the part number you quote is linked against Philips models 930/940/950/931 and 951, but not against CD850. Sorry I can't be of more assistance to you, unless you are able to supply the position number that this particular wheel is positioned at within the product(this is normally a four digit reference)?
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Old 18th November 2004, 03:12 PM   #4
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you need this one

4822 528 81329
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Old 19th November 2004, 05:25 AM   #5
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I've sent a new request to Dutchwest with a new part number for CD850.

Also I've been notified by one diyAudio member that CD850 is based on CDM4 not CDM9. Can somebody tell me whether the gear for CDM9 is plug compatible with the gear for CDM4 ? The reason I am asking this is that the gear for CDM9 is available through alternate channel in case the part for CDM4 is not available through Dutchwest channel.
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Old 19th November 2004, 12:51 PM   #6
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Maurice,

you need this one

4822 528 81329

Correct.

Your philips cd850 uses a CDM-4/19 mechanism. Apart from that, it have nothing to do with the gear. Various models use the same CDM, but different tray loading mechanisms and different gears.

Also, the rubber belt isn't going to last forever. You might as well order one of these too while you have their attention.

4822 358 10115

The CDM-4 alone looks like this and is used in various models and qualitys of drives.
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Old 19th November 2004, 01:53 PM   #7
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Hi ,
I found this in my Rotel RCD855 player. The Philips part broke and I bought one from Singapore Philips service a few years ago.
The Rotel one is made of different plastic ( white) and seems to last forever.
I also found this in the local market recently for a really silly price.
Want me to send you some by air mail ? If it doesn't work well you can throw it away , it's that cheap ! I'll check again to see if dimensions are identical.
Cheers,
Ashok.

We get plenty of rubber belts here. May not be as good as Jap ones but they last long enough. They cost about US$0.10 each !
At that price , a 2 year lifetime would be fine. In cold weather it must last much longer. Our ambient is about 31 to 35 deg C most of the year.
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Old 19th November 2004, 02:46 PM   #8
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CDM4 and CDM9 gears are not the same!
Be careful, there two different gear for CDM4.
One type for standalone loader.
Other for integrated loader like your CD850.
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Old 20th November 2004, 12:54 AM   #9
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I've received a reply from Dutchwest saying the part is no longer available. Following is a copy of the reply.

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Hello,

The part number you quote once again is not linked against model CD850 according to Philips System, however, I have checked it as an independent spare and it shows as being no longer available. Sorry I don't think we are going to be successful in our search.

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Dutchwest Distribution Ltd
West End Estate, Haltwhistle, NE49 9HA
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Old 20th November 2004, 03:32 AM   #10
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If I fail to get the gear, is there a way to use the CD player by manually opening and closing the tray door ?
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