Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Nothing appears to have damaged the ribbon cable but yesterday the display in the CD Player section of the unit (the main display) stopped working. Nothing is displayed. Can't see if the display appears to be powered up because of the mirrored front.
Display stopped working mid-way through use. Other CD player functions appear ok - all buttons work.
Unit has been in storage for 1 year and was transported 200 miles but not on excessively bumpy roads.
I think the display in the Tuner section may also be a bit dimmer - it also appears to be flickering very slightly. Dunno if it helps to know that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It definitely sounds like it took a surge. yhe Power Amop IC in those things are pretty sensitive. Any decent repair shop should be able to repair it for under $125.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
SOURCE: Denon UDM3 SHELF SYSTEM
There are several things to consider re this fault.....
Normally on small systems there is a selector switch to allow you to select what you need to listen to...for example if you want to play a CD then you select the CD mode, insert the CD push play and away it goes....
In your case you need to select Radio, or maybe select AM or maybe select FM, one of these should be accessed from a digital read out menu where you select your requirements.
Please have a good look at the operating manual to see if you can work out how to select the required listening mode, and you will be sweet...
Cheers From YUBEUT
Posted on Dec 25, 2007
Well, my display went out earlier this week. Took it apart and found out that the LCD on the 501dpx was burnt out. I also found out all we have to do is replace the whole faceplate instead of the system
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
SOURCE: clock display board
Replacing capacitor C3 on the clock board will correct the dimming problem. I will cost you about $2 for the part. Replacing the board does the same thing just with a higher price tag. Unfortunately, tt sounds like you may have a bad "new" board if this problem happened as soon as you put it in.
When I had the dim display problem with mine, the oven still heated up, chimed at temp, etc -- you just couldn't see the numbers. My wife didn't like it, so I fixed it. If your old board works like mine did even though the display is dark, you could try replacing the noted capacitor and see what happens.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
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