20 Most Recent Marantz CD-67 SE CD Player Questions & Answers

Yes if they are finalized.

Marantz CD-67 SE... | Answered on Aug 25, 2015

check the back of your marantz player, some old marantz products have a buttom at the back saying system or intermal, if it is on the system side, the remote will never works.

Marantz CD-67 SE... | Answered on Nov 30, 2012

Replace with a Philips VAM1202 Laser pick-up.
This is a revised version of the CDM12.1 and has a very good reliability
If you replace with another CDM12.1, there's no telling when this
will also pack up as these have a very high failure rate.

Marantz CD-67 SE... | Answered on Sep 11, 2012

i had the same problem on a marantz cd-63 which is virtually identical
and it turned out to be a faulty button on the control PCB.
i replaced it with one out of a scrap PCB and all worked as it should.

hope this helps.

Marantz CD-67 SE... | Answered on Sep 12, 2010

A few possible causes:

- dirty or oxydized power switch contacts
- dirty laser pickup lens
- faulty laser emitter
- faulty laser pickup sensor
- dirty or oxydized contacts on any connectors, including flat foil cables
- oxydized brushes and commutator on spindle and/or slide motor
- dirty or oxydized contacts on the door switches
- faulty power supply (filter capacitors, voltage regulators)
- faulty motor driver IC

Could ba any of the above causes or a combination thereof.

Hope you can locate the actual fault.



Marantz CD-67 SE... | Answered on Oct 18, 2009

you might be able to get it fixed future shop can take alook at it and tell you if it can be fixed

Marantz CD-67 SE... | Answered on Feb 16, 2008

Some Marantz unit have a max volume that can be set by the user. Look under the audio options of the unit and set a higher volume level.

Marantz Audio... | Answered on Oct 01, 2018

Fuses blow due to an overload, in amps it will be caused most likely by a short in the main power amp section. Probably one or more devices mounted on the main heat sink. The cause is often speaker cables that have shorted, or faulty speakers.
The cost can be estimated by taking of the top cover of the unit. This should show the devices on the heat sink. If you see any burnt or damaged they have to be replaced. Each device will have a number on it. If you put the number into a search engine it should find the price of the part. Then you only have to see want they want for labour costs.

Marantz Audio... | Answered on Oct 01, 2018

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