superbobi 2 Drive Belts and 1 Door Belt for Sony 300 400 CDP-CX300 CDP-CX400 CD Player Belts
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You will need a Sony DVP-C A 400 disc changer, CX995V, but it operates in a similar manner as the 300 disc changers do. They seem to fit, so I guess they should be okay.
There is no guarantee that these belts will work. Most Sony 300 Disc CD changers will be able to use them. It is similar to the way slides would sit in a Kodak carousel slide projector, where they are arranged in vertical rows. CDP-type players from Sony A 5-year warranty is included with the C515 The CDs are laid horizontally on a rotating platter in a CD carousel. There is no reason to rule out the possibility they used similar belts, despite the radically different mechanisms, but I am not certain. Sincerely, I apologize
did use two of the belts for my Sony 300 Compact disc player CDP-300, so I have not been able to test if they would fit a Technics 370 CD player I have a CX355 and it works fine! Thank you very much for listening to Aside from Sam
This could be caused by a dirty or scratched laser, a bad disc, or many other reasons that are hard to tell without looking at the disc itself.
Selected User Reviews For superbobi 2 Drive Belts and 1 Door Belt for Sony 300 400 CDP-CX300 CDP-CX400 CD Player Belts
It took me three hours to replace Apparently one of the drive belts had slipped off the rollers and all were stretched too far. The 22m53s excellent step by step instructions by Astorad2000 were followed The steps to replace the belt are detailed in a video on YouTube. I have a problem with my CX With our belts only costing $12, 300 will be rejuvenated at zero cost. These photos show an old drive belt being removed from its rollers, and a new drive belt being installed.
It was a gift from a friend who had a Sony CDP-P A CX355 disc CD changer can play 300 discs. As soon as I plugged it in, I got a message reading "203 Table Error". On the internet I learned that this meant there was something wrong with the CD turntable, normally due to a failure of the belt. Ordering this belt kit from Amazon was a good choice. It took me several videos on YouTube to find out how to replace the belts. You can access them using different techniques in the videos. Videos mostly showed me what not to do. I chose to disassemble and repair the player using the best straight forward method. I'm very pleased with how everything worked out. My contribution to the community was the purchase of a 300 disc CD changer for about $10.
The Sony 400 Disc Changer I purchased almost 14 years ago still works fine. Even though we listen to other media sources most of the time, I still have a substantial CD collection. Especially around the holiday season, we enjoy it a lot. A few days later, it stopped switching discs, so I opened it up to see what was going on. When I discovered a belt was broken, I frantically looked for the other. Sony, for example, cannot make multi-language versions of its products in my area, and there are no local electronics technicians either It's not possible to play discs any longer. When I conducted a YouTube search, I found that the fix was actually very easy. My next step was to check out Amazon to see if they were offering these I received the belts two days later, and I had my 14 year old changer running like new within an hour. Amazon is awesome. Thanks so much.
The CD player in question is a 20 year old Sony CDX 455 400 Disc CD player I bought used a couple of years ago. I gave it a try for the first time in a month or two, and it would not begin to play the CD. I donned my tin foil hat and searched Al Gore's Time Machine for possible problems . I found out that the belts were likely noticeably out stretched. I studied the technical manual and viewed a couple of videos on similar models. After replacing two of the three belts and putting the player back into service, the player cost me Between 0001 and 0101 It costs $8,000. Used at $20, I can get another few years out of it and will be purchasing a set of spares. I have over 200 CDs and stream over 5 terabytes of mp3 music from my NAS - these belts are a steal at $20 Now that my Les Paul and Strat are both here, they should see a lot more use.
I only needed the two drive belts, but it's nice to have the door belt in case not one of those ever fails. After a while, the original drive belts become too loose, snap, or become gooey. YouTube videos showing how to disassemble the system so that the belts can be changed. The back circuit board was removed after removing the case shell, and I decided to leave it in place. The wire plugs are less complicated than you think. Just keep track of them.
It is possible to access and replace the belt by removing the rear "bulge" on the back of the deck with a Philips screwdriver, and easing it.
It has been turned on and my Dead CD Player is functioning. planned to save the Door Belt -
As a backup in case it fails. YouTube Videos are available to view on this page They provided very helpful information.
The fact that I was unable to use my CD player was so upsetting. Suddenly, it stopped opening the door and just spun nonstop. I have had it for a long time. The thought of throwing it away and buying another one made me want to As a result of browsing some available products, this product appeared. found it in a search on the web and learned that it is common for my CD I'm over the moon with this! I have a CD player that runs like new again, and I'm very happy! The repair is simple, not too expensive, and seems to have a much higher quality than the original factory ones that broke. Although it was a little tricky to install them without getting the grease on them, it was worth the trouble.