Question about Audio Players & Recorders
There is a cable and it came loose and I need to know how it should be routed. a picture would be great.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thats alot of disc this ubit holds. 110+1!! The CD changer arm mechanism sounds like is out of timming or the gears have slipped there teeth, and or the cam is broken, or theres a couple of small microswitches that can get broken as well.. The only way to work on this unit and see what the problem is, is to get a service manual and go through the mechanical alighnment and see where the problem is. Unless you can do a physical examination and know where every lob and gear is suppose to be, I do not see any other ways.
Posted on Oct 06, 2006
SOURCE: Disc stuck in cd player
Easy, turn off the power, remove the lid by unsrewing all the screws on the side, back and top of the lid. When removed you should see the CD jammed somewhere at the rear of the disk carrier. be very carefull and slowly remove it. The disk may be already scratched but if you're carefull you can stop further damage. Also don't force any part of the tray they are only plastic. If you can't get the disk out things start to get awkward. Write backmor take the unit with the lid off to a repair shop it shouldn't take them long to get it out.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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Posted on Aug 08, 2011
HelloDisc reading is done by the laser pickup assembly. If it has some trouble with it, the lead-in and lead-out signals and other music signals cannot be read from the CD disc we insert into. There are mainly three reasons for this fault. The first one is with dirty laser pickup assembley focussing lens. If the lens has accumulated with dirt or dust, the intensity or laser beam that hits the disc will be weak, and so the reflected beame too. This will lead improper reading of the lead-in signals, and the set will show no-disc after a while. Put a laser head cleaning disc [this disc can be bought from most of the electronic sparepart shops at your town], play it for at least three times, and see whether it helps you.If not, try replacing the flat ribbon plastic cable that connects the laser head assembly to the main board of the player. Actually this is a very skilled work, as you have to dismanle the mechanism out from the set. If these two processes does not help you, repalce the laser pickup assembely with same type and number. OK.
Posted on Dec 21, 2011
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