Question about Panasonic SC-HT740 System
Seems I did the same damage by accidentally bumping one of the trays while open and it being forced back. I tried to re-align the trays but I don't know what is 'right'. Spabella mentioned removing the side of the tray to align the trays. Can someone expand on this?
I've got the same problem. The Changer block or traverse mechanism is a big cog work. One thing changed and its toast (I THINK) The white nylon gears are set and they are dependent on some cue to be moved. The left side of the block can pop off after the white top is removed, The side goes in and out to change ... plastic tabs. I'm pulling my hair out.
I've autopsied one after I bought another. The new one did the same as the old one right off telling me it looks like the issue is in the control, possibly the disk reader mechanism, or a glitch in the communication with the main board its tethered to with the ribon cables.
I'm searching for a reset hack/trick/ whatever, to reset it to factory. The problem is a glitch in the software, I Think.
Anyone have a clue on this?
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
I read there is a small wheel on top of the white plastic disc cover(take the units top off to see what i'm talking about), which there is, and it is used to align. It is done by inserting it at the bottum of the unit located front left side(just turn the unit upside down, no need to remove anything), however u need an extension to get the wheel up in the unit. I dont know what to use, especially to keep some type of extension from twisting inside the wheel while it tries to turn the wheel mechinism
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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