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Stop CDs Scraping/Rubbing

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  1. Stop CDs Scraping/Rubbing, Stick Tape Over the Lens: passo 1, imagem 1 %32
    • Place a small piece of tape over the lens. You need to use something with minimal stickiness. I used electrical tape. This is to protect the lens when you do the sanding.

  2. Stop CDs Scraping/Rubbing, Sanding: passo 2, imagem 1 %32
    • Get some fine wet-and-dry sandpaper. I used P400 grade.

    • Sand the area highlighted in the photo. Be extra-thorough on the bits close to the spindle.

    • Try to avoid sanding the spindle.

    • Don't try to stop the spindle rotating - if you do accidentally go over it with the sandpaper a bit, you want it to move with the sandpaper, not offer resistance to it.

  3. Stop CDs Scraping/Rubbing, Testing: passo 3, imagem 1 %32
    • Blow the plastic dust away.

    • Wipe the area you have sanded with a cloth that is slightly damp.

    • Insert a CD that was previously rubbing, ideally the one that rubbed the most. Don't close the lid. Spin the CD manually using your fingers.

    • If the CD is now spinning freely, remove it from the player. Gently vacuum the player, taking care not to touch the lens transport. Remove the tape from the lens. Now play your CDs!

    • If the CD is not spinning freely but there has been an improvement, sand some more until there is no longer any scraping and then follow the bullet point above.

    • If you notice no improvement at all, it may be that the problem does not lie with the CD rubbing on this part of the player.

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In addition, you can manually raise the spindle with a spudger tool. I did that with mine and it works like a charm.

Dominic Adams - Responder

I would like to ask a different question. My component CD player's rubber (?) pad, the one one sit atop the CD, has become sticky, so that the CD sticks to it and will not eject. The mechanism is fine. I pried a CD off the pad this morning, and (guessing a replacement pad is not going to be easily found) am wondering if I can treat the pad in some way or replace the rubber material. Any ideas?

Thank you.

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