Question about Denon DN-961FA CD Player
I have three units in for repair, two have 37-67 displayed when powered up, the other has 46-78. None of the units will go past this "locked up" to perform any functions or to repond to any commands.First unit I had put in an optical assembly, no difference, swapped front control face panel, no differnce, then swapped the servo pcb. The condition follows the servo pcb. The service manual doesn't cover this area at all. So I tried the microprocessor reset procedure from a DN 995R (broadcast mini disc)that is to press the "select knob" and "stdyby/cue". this did make the screen go blank while holding them in but it comes back to displaying same #'s and unit is non reset and still non-responsive.Any help is greatly appreciatted
Of course now that I need it again, I can't find the "3-Button" reset...
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Ok, I had this issue forever and had a pile of machines that I was going to use just for part. partstore doesn't have this piece. no place has that servo unit.
Until I found it on a german site.
my german was terrible, but the CPU needs to be reset. I fixed 8 broken CD players with this same exact issue.
I'm looking for the manual online to tell you... but I can't find it.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
Yes , I finally replaced the servo pcb #GU2515. I googled that part # it it came up under www.partstore.com they got one to me in about two weeks. $206 plus shipping. It cured all three machines, got them off the bench and back to the customer. Good luck
Posted on May 08, 2007
I have a unit with the same problem, did you ever get anywhere with this fault ?? Regards, Stuart
Posted on May 04, 2007
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Because the disc was left in the unit after recording and the power plug was unplugged later, the track number and
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