My scott smv300 wont turn on anymore. Well actually, it turns on well the green button comes on. Unfortunately, i can't hear any sound. It doesn't light up blue like it used to. And none of the buttons on the top of the player work. I've tried all i can. I just can't seem to figure out whats wrong with it. Can someone please help me.
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You can buy a universal remote that should work with your stereo - but it may not solve the problem.
If the latching system that hols the OFF setting is broken the remote software will probably not overide it,
Ask your step father to put his hand in his pocket to help you get a new/better one - everything changes in time!
Sometimes you have to unplug it for about 30 seconds, then when you plug it in press the power on button. If there is still no sound, check the speaker connections on the back they sometimes come loose.
Hey there, you actually need to press the Stop /-DEMO Button when the device is doing the demo mode...it will take about 8 seconds and it will display "DEMO OFF" and turn off. This procedure needs to be run everytime there is a power failure OR you unplug it from the wall.
Pressing the Stop /-DEMO while it is on will cause it to start the demo while it is running!
i have an aiwa stereo system model no: cx- za20k ,the twin cassette deck works fine,but there is no playback from the c d player,the stereo takes 3 cd s and the player just says reading and changes to the next cd endlessly any one help please
Was the fuse Blown?? check with an ohm meteracross the two prongs that you plug into the wall of course you gotta unplug it for this. It should read around 4 to 10 ohms depending on the type of power transformer is in the unit.. If it reads open then theres a fuse open or a bad power transformer. If its not open check the power supply for the proper voltage from the diagram.