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Maybe go for Sony PS1 to avoid mechanical issues?
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Old 14th April 2019, 07:00 PM   #11
AC439 is offline AC439  United States
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Thanks ya'll for all the ideas. $400-500 for me is not possible since I have an anti-HiFi wife.

So I'm back to fixing the CD changer. After finding a video on youtube about common Sony 5 disc CD changer problems, I was able to revive my broken Sony. It was that ribbon cable between the 5 disc tray and the main board.

I was able to repair the cable since it broke right at the connection. I cut at the break line and moved the backing plastic piece over and scratched off enough insulation to make new contacts. After I installed it back, I tested the connection with a ohmmeter and all is well.
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