Question about Aiwa HT-DV1 System
I've Cleaned the lens,but the problem still exists.
Is it possible for you to see the lens while the disc in on the platform or turntable while its tring to see the disc?? if you can manage this see if the lens moves up and down . If it does then the units trying to focus but cannot. as it needs to focus on the surface of the disc to reconize the disc or to start it spinning. If its trying to but dosent it could be the spindle motor or the control curcuit, the laser its self but not likely as alot of repair peeps blame the pickup assy but motre then 3/4 that are returned for warrantee replacements have been found not to be defective, the turntable could have slipped down, or it needs a foucus offset or focus gain alighnment. In any case your gonna need to probably take this to a good audio repairperson to see what the treue problem is. Good Luck
Posted on May 11, 2006
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