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On the top of this page you can find an overview of all brands that supply laser lens cleaning materials.
Dust specks and other dirt on a laser lens are a major cause of CD tracking and noise problems. You can prevent and solve these nuisances with routine maintenance.
Cleaning the Lens and Chassis
- Buy a CD lens cleaner with a small brush attached to it.
- Consider a lens cleaner that also demagnetizes.
- Insert lens cleaner disc in drawer or well of CD player with brush facing the lens (usually down). Follow audio instructions on disc.
- Check owner's manual before cleaning the chassis. If the manufacturer has provided specific instructions, follow them.
- Clean chassis with an anti-static rag, shop towel or other soft cloth rag. Use Endust for Electronics or plastic cleaning fluid (if chassis is plastic).
- If using Endust for Electronics or another aerosol product, follow instructions on can. Otherwise, spray a small amount of fluid onto rag.
- Wipe chassis, making sure no fluid gets inside.
- Immediately dry with a dry portion of rag or a second rag.
- Clean contacts on RCA jacks and cables.
Cleaning Inside the Player (Optional and Risky)
- Inspect belts (usually thick black rubber bands) for wear.
- Spray canned air on transport components.
- Lubricate gears with 3-in-1 oil.