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One day the unit would not power up when I pushed the on button. I'm assuming something in the power supply assembly is the culprit. Can I service this unit myself? I can't even find someone in my area that repairs electronic equipment. Whenever there's a problem, the mantra now-a-days seems to be throw it out and buy again. Any suggestions?

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  • arch e Oct 17, 2008

    I have the same problem. if you open the metel cover up you can see a tube fuse next to the cord addapter. mines doesnt look blown. But either way i will have it tested or head on out to radio shack and buy a new fuse. best of luck to you.

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SOURCE: problem copying from cassettes or vinyl.

CHANGE RCA JACKS ,,COULD BE A BAD ONE,, ALSO ,,TRY BLOWING IT OUT

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SOURCE: I cannot finalize my CD's

On page 18 of >>>> the manual <<<< it says to press the " > " key within 3 seconds after "Finalize". You wouldn't want a careless button push to just run off and close out the disc, would you?

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Are you actually getting a message regarding OPC?

I'm not sure we can determine which CD drive is exhibiting the problem from what is given, if that's what your Question #1 is about.

Answer #2: If the problem appears at initial calibration of the new disc, try a different (or cleaner) disc. BTW: did you start using a different brand or type of disc in the middle of this?

These links lead to some technical info about what OPC is.

http://www.cdrfaq.org/faq05.html#S5-11

http://www.osta.org/specs/pdf/opc.pdf

Running Optimum Power Control (Running OPC)
A technique used by recorders for monitoring and maintaining the accuracy of all the
mark and land lengths across a CD-R disc.

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The CD Recorder does some sample write testing at the beginning of a disc to get a bead on how much laser power it needs to use to make reliable 'ones and nones" on the media. It records the settings in memory. Throughout the recording it monitors surface relectivity and compares it against the test data and in many cases can compensate on the fly for changes.

My read on this is that it may be trying to tell you on any given recording that it has reached or surpassed its effectiveness limit.

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CHANGE RCA JACKS ,,COULD BE A BAD ONE,, ALSO ,,TRY BLOWING IT OUT

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Check the internal fuse.

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since the recording is done internally in the device, there is no question of reverse wiring, and it puts your problem a little bit on the funny side... some devices do have a "reverse" option that does exactly what you're describing, if this problem was not always present it makes it more likely that you mistakenly chose that option. if you had this problem from the get go, and/or can't find any "reverse" option(or anything that might be its equivalent), I suggest you take the recorder back to the shop. If you're no longer under warranty I suggest taking it to a certified service person to have the problem evaluated, and get an estimate on repair. good luck with it

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