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Image Number 14 for United States Patent #7401341.

When a disc is loaded in or unloaded from a disc device, even if the disc is pushed in the direction opposite to the transmission direction by external force to return or is pulled to return, it is possible to prevent the mechanism that transmits the disc from being damaged and to improve the reliability of the disc device. In a disc device for loading the disc inserted by the pivoting of the arm mechanism therein and for unloading the disc accommodated therein to the outside thereof, a lock mechanism, by which a lock state in which driving force for pivoting the arm mechanism is transmitted from a driving mechanism is released when force more than a predetermined amount is applied to the arm mechanism in the loading direction of the disc or in the unloading direction of the disc, is formed.








 
 
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