TEAC cd rom CD-224E-NY3 replacement

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Newguy2021

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i have a TEAC cd rom drive taken from a PianoCD player system with a broken tray that needs to be replaced.
The drive info is:
Model: CD-224e -NY3
Part#: 1977047N-Y3
Serial#: 2284957
Drive Rev: A01
Manufactured: April 2005
Barcode: 0002284957

i see there are plenty of CD-224E drives but none that have the "NY3" model in the name. not sure what that model type is or if there is a compatible replacement i can use instead if that is no longer available. Looking for any help in understanding the model number nomenclature or direction as to what current drive I can purchase today that will work as well.

thx
 

flavallee

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That CD-ROM drive is more than 16 years old and uses a flat ribbon type IDE connection.

How old is the computer that it's in, and does its motherboard have SATA connections?

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flavallee

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I guess I need more coffee.
I assumed your CD-ROM drive issue had to do with a computer.
I had no idea it had to do with a piano.
Someone else here will need to help you.

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Newguy2021

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Really don’t think that will matter. Looking for a compatible or where to find a replacement cd drive. There are plenty of CD-224E drives but they have different model numbers at the end like Cd-224E-DO1 or others where as my has NY3. Not sure what they NY3 designation means in the model number as I suspect that will help me determine the right replacement or an alternative that will work as well.

any ideas on the model number nomenclature or a replacement
 

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if I am right it should be any standard slim cd/dvd player but I can't say for sure if that green bar is an interface or part of the drive. I assume there is a black adapter on one of the edges, similar to this?

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Newguy2021

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Yes, the green interface I can detach from the drive and I can add it in to another.

I guess I am confused as to the different model numbers at the end for the CD-224E. There seem to be many different versions of that model so I assume the NY3 version is supposed to denote some difference from others CD players. any info as to why that may mean in hopes of finding a compatible drive.
Thx
 
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