Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Ser no; 1785319 I can't get the cd player to play, how many fuses does this unit have and where are they located? I have the top off but the disc plate won't come open! averything else on the unit works.Cac anybody help me fix this problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like there may be a glitch in the microprocesor. Make sure when you unplug it that you leave it along for a few days and is there any type of clock or standby batterys in it take them out as well. If that dosent correct the problem your gonna need a service manual to trace the switch pulse to see if the units Switch matrix lines are low or lost because of a faulty micro or a bad componet like a small caps they install on the matrix to keep noise off them. Hard one to call with out seeing unit and analizing unit Good Luck
Posted on Apr 12, 2006
SOURCE: PL-D2000 DVD Home theater System
Comments: To set Region code to 0 on a Teac PL-D2000 DVD System to enable play of any region Ensure TV monitor is on so and set to display DVD. 1. Turn system completely off. 2. Turn on system. 3. Open tray. 4. Using remote press and hold the return button. 5. While holding the RETURN button, press and hold the DISPLAY button. 6. You will see something like this displayed on screen: VER 1006 TE 3210 7. Release DISPLAY and RETURN buttons simultaneously. 8. Press the ANGLE button. You will see WRITING REGION ID displayed. You can now play DVDs from any region. 0
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
SOURCE: dvd does not load
some times its because of the CD (it cannot read the CD) all you have to do is try a different range of CD's to see what the prob is if it still doesnt read it may be coz of a scratched CD / Lens!!!!
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
SOURCE: Sony Home Stereo Fuse
When the wires touched, the output transistors overloaded before the fuse had a chance to blow. The outputs need to be changed. It is possible that the driver stage for the final outputs is bad also, but there is no way to know that without removing the bad outputs. Figure on $25-$45 in parts for this repair.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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