I have a Sharp CD-PC4900. When using any of the features (cd, tapes, tuner) there is no sound...not even static. Several of the buttons wont work either (equalizers, and the prologic sound buttons). Any ideas?
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the rubber rope which conect the motor to a small gears to open the cd was cut due to long using ... this sound of clicking coz the small motor is running and its not attached to anything ... its a small rounded rubber rope ..the bad news is you have to break some plastic stuff to reach the motor in the repair depot they change the whole upper part so it costs alot ... but if you can reach it it will work perfect as its new.
Thank you for apologising. Have you checked that the speaker selection is set to the correct speakers? Have you tried radio tape and cd? Have you checked wiring to the speakers? Does the unit appear to be working but producing no audio on either channel? Have you tried headphones? My guess is it is switched to the wrong speakers. I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions. I appreciate your vote if you appreciate my reply and remember, even if you don't vote for me a please and thank you goes a long way.
If this is the correct model number CD-C622 there doesn't appear to be an input. You would need an input to connect this to a television and get sound out of it. I am copying and pasting the specs "It's a stereo mini-system with 40 watts per channel, and it incorporates a
three-disc CD changer, a dual-well cassette deck, and an AM/FM tuner.
The CD-C622 is equipped with surround sound decoding and surround
speakers that add an extra ambiance to music. CD functions include
32-track programmability and repeat/random playback. The radio offers 40
station presets. The cassette deck has full-logic controls. There's a
front panel clock/timer and a multi-color fluorescent display. A
five-program equalizer gives you presets to suit different types of
music, and there's a bass boost function, too. This system also comes
with a Toslink digital audio output for recording CDs onto CD-R or
Unless the input was omitted from this listing of the specs there wouldn't be a way to connect this to a television. I recommend purchasing a sound bar.
I know that this sounds like a crazy solution to Pitsy`s CD problem but today i took a chance by using my lawn gas blower. First I opened the drawers of my CD turntable and also my cassett doors. I put ear plugs on and blasted the air into the openings. All i can say is it is now working fine !! Lou F.