I have an AIWA NSX-AJ305 minidisc system. System was manufactured in 2001. For last several weeks whenever I play CD, Radio or Tape the power cuts off after several seconds of play. Interesting to note is that as the volume increases the power cuts out faster. Volume setting 16 is almost an immediate shut down. This may be a coincidence, but this problem started after I started hooking up my Ipod through the AUX jacks. This problem happens whether the Ipod is hooked up or not and also when I listen to Ipod through system. Any ideas?
This problem happend to my sony system about a year ago. It was the amp that blew in mine because of the fan inside the system was not coming on when it should of. I found that when i had put my PC in the AUX jacks it blew the fan on me, so every time the volume got to 15 the system would just shut down and not come back on at all, or it would need time to cool down before it would start up again. Take it to a shop and get it looked at by someone that knows what there doing. Please dont try and do this yourself.
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I think I can help you with the tape part, but as for the CD, that's a whole different story.
First, you should reset the unit by holding down the stop button (clear), and then pressing the power button. Everything stored in memory after purchase is cleared, including the radio stations, clock, etc.
Check if deck 1 is now playing.
I had a similar problem with my AIWA NSX-AJ310, and after some digging up, I realised that the belts were busted. They're not hard to replace though, unless you don't trust yourself to replace them. If you don't, let a qualified technician see about that for you.
The CD player in my system has retired also, so, we're in the same boat as with regard to that issue!!
I had a similar problem with my NSX-999. For CD, u need to clean the laser or buy a new cd-laser pickup KSS-210A. For dim display, replace capacitor C107 and C108 in the mainboard if u know how or take to a repair shop and ask them to replace those two capacitors. It soled my problem
I thought that I had the same problem. I then discovered that when I put 3 CD's in it started up on it's own. If you push the demo button you can see how it's supposed to light up the number of tracks in a square on the right of the display. It wasn't doing that until I put in all 3. Then it started up and I was able to use the disc 1, 2 & 3 buttons to change from 1 CD to the next and I used the Up and Down buttons to change songs and the play button above the tape deck is multi-functional. Hope this helps.