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Hi,
I’m new here so hello to everyone and I wanted to ask some pros on here.

I have a 5-disc cd changer which is the ONKYO 393 and am having issues with the cd changer, I think. I put in the cd’s and for some weird reason each cd slot( which it could be 1,2,5..etc.) sometimes it may play 1 song but when it’s time for the 2nd song, it just stops playing.

Also, if I’m cd-1, it doesn’t read the cd and it’s just stuck, in order to clear the ‘stuck’ mode, I just turn the whole thing off. The cd tray comes out no problem, and it skips to the next cd sometimes with no problem, while the tray is open. But when I shut the tray and try to play a cd, it won’t play, or read it! It just lays dormant.

Help.
Thanks,
John S
 

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Hi,
I’m new here so hello to everyone and I wanted to ask some pros on here.

I have a 5-disc cd changer which is the ONKYO 393 and am having issues with the cd changer, I think. I put in the cd’s and for some weird reason each cd slot( which it could be 1,2,5..etc.) sometimes it may play 1 song but when it’s time for the 2nd song, it just stops playing.

Also, if I’m cd-1, it doesn’t read the cd and it’s just stuck, in order to clear the ‘stuck’ mode, I just turn the whole thing off. The cd tray comes out no problem, and it skips to the next cd sometimes with no problem, while the tray is open. But when I shut the tray and try to play a cd, it won’t play, or read it! It just lays dormant.

Help.
Thanks,
John S
I Couldn't find Onyo 393 CD changer but for DX C390
As I suspected to unplug the player ...

DX-C390 - It takes a long time to locate certain tracks.​



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The DX-C390 contains a microcomputer for signal processing and control functions. In very rare situations, severe interference, noise from an external source, or static electricity may cause it to lockup. In the unlikely event that this should happen, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, wait at least five seconds, and then plug it back in again.
  • Remove the disc and clean it
  • Try a new disc
 

John has an ONKYO too

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Yeah I tried that, and that didn’t work. It’s something internal for sure. This has been like this for 4 years.

I want to replace the belt, but I don’t know where to look for it
 

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