Question about Harman Kardon FL8350 5-Disc CD Changer
You will not get shocked if you stay away from the power supply, I have worked on several of these,the cd's are pilled up behind the door, remove the screws ,remove the cd's ,and hopefully you did not strip the cd turntable gear. You will know if you the gear is damaged, when you power the unit up after removing the cd's .the turn table assembly will rotate very jerky.or slow ,or It might not move at all..if so let me know i can help you with that..good luck
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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