Fixing my Denon DCD-825 CD player

Fixing my Denon CD player

Although it’s 14 years old, I’ve grown very attached to my Denon CD player and when it stopped playing discs I was most upset. The most probable cause was a defective laser/lens assembly, so I found out that it’s actually a generic Sony unit – the KSS-240A – which is still widely available. A quick visit to eBay and £20 later, and I soon had a new unit waiting to be fitted. I wasn’t really sure how to do it, or even if it would work, but I figured the best way to learn was to try it!

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