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Pioneer D703 help

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Anonymous
September 13, 2004 12:05:00 AM

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Hello, I've come into possesion of a CLD-D703. It's broken and all it ever
does is display a "no disc". I've opened it up to take a look inside to see
what its doing and once the disc loads the laser rolls up and down and
attempts to focus but then nothing. I've looked into past posts on this
newsgroup and I think I've got a bad laser because the laser must first
recognize a disk before the motor will spin the disc...I think thats right.
Anyways, I was hoping to get some help here...Is there anything I can do to
resolve this or should I just send it in for repair? Also, if it is a bad
laser, how much would it cost to replace it? Any guidance would be helpful,
really. :) 

Thanks, 3rdman

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Anonymous
September 13, 2004 5:00:25 AM

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Please disregard this post...I didn't realize my first post got through with
a previous attempt to post.


"3rdman" <3rdman@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
news:ep51d.4680$zT6.1825@bignews5.bellsouth.net...
> Hello, I've come into possesion of a CLD-D703. It's broken and all it ever
> does is display a "no disc". I've opened it up to take a look inside to
> see what its doing and once the disc loads the laser rolls up and down and
> attempts to focus but then nothing. I've looked into past posts on this
> newsgroup and I think I've got a bad laser because the laser must first
> recognize a disk before the motor will spin the disc...I think thats
> right. Anyways, I was hoping to get some help here...Is there anything I
> can do to resolve this or should I just send it in for repair? Also, if it
> is a bad laser, how much would it cost to replace it? Any guidance would
> be helpful, really. :) 
>
> Thanks, 3rdman
>
!