Why is my CD player saying no CD?
Sometimes a CD player will display a “No Disc” error. What this means is that the CD player, for some reason, does not recognize the disc. There are various reasons for this error, from the CD lens eye being dirty to a CD format that is incompatible with the player. Troubleshoot through process of elimination.
How do I get my CD player to work in my car?
Press your CD player’s power and eject buttons down at the same time, holding them for about ten seconds. If your stereo has a “force eject” feature, it should spit out the CD. If this doesn’t work, start the car and try again. Some CD players may not function when the car is turned off.
What to do if your CD drive is not recognized?
If you find your CD drive is not detected in Windows Explorer, please don’t panic. You should firstly open Disk Management to check. Find This PC icon on your desktop. Choose Manage from the context menu. Move to the Storage section under Computer Management (Local). Select Disk Management. Look for your CD drive in the right-hand panel.
Why does my CD player not read CDS?
It seems to me that the drive wheel is either too slippery to rotate the cd or that it does not rise up and push against the cd hard enough. Sometimes it works and sometimes the motor runs with the cd just sitting there. When the cd is not rotating, I can give it a little push and then it will begin to spin.
Why is my compact disc player not playing?
The Compact Disc (CD) player will not play a disc. Ensure the CD player is plugged into a working AC outlet. Turn on the CD player. Use a soft cloth to clean the disc. Attempt to play the disc. If the issue is not resolved, attempt to play a different commercially produced CD. If the issue is
How to get the unit to read CDS?
I used a Sony radio CD player without a disc placed into a Sony CD radio player by pressing a lid close button to say Reading, Play, and No Disc. The laser lens move right and left for a little bit, and laser lens goes up and down for 2 times, then it says No Disc.