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Usually when a receiver goes into protect mode, there are several reasons, One is there is a bad speaker connected to the unit, this will cause the unit to to into protect mode, try disconnecting all speaker from the unit and turning it on if it does not go into protect then one of the speakers are bad. Another reason is the power output Amplifier IC is shorted inside the unit. Another reasons could be that speaker wires are touching each other and causing a short. Disconnect all unit connecting to the unit and try turning on, if it stays on and no protect then connect them including the speakers one at time until you determine which is causing the error. If it goes into protect with nothing but the unit on then the Output IC is bad and the unit needs servicing.
hello! how u . this behavior is brought about by this factors i either the loading motor belt has worn out , 2,the loading motor is faulty not spinning ,3the CD tray is set wrongly so remove the tray and set it correctly for it to close and open .
Try looking into the lens (power off) with a magnifying glass. If you see any damage you will need to replace the lazer/lens section as the lens will never be able to read the disc.
If it's clear it's more likely to be an electronic fault.
Yes, it is possible. The Cambridge CD4 deck would be an external signal source of the sound card of the computer. Basically, the R/L Audio OUTPUT of the deck would be connected to the AUX or LINE IN of the PC. A RCA to stereo 3.5mm plug would be needed similar to what is shown below.
Thereafter, enable the AUX/LINE IN in both playback and recording modes of the Volume Control Properties.
1. press the menu/set button on component to select display mode 2. use the +/- button to set the time mode (AM 12:00 blinks) 3. press the menu/set button for at least 2 seconds (the hour will start blinking) 4. Use the +/- button to set the hour, must roll the hour to change am/pm 5. press the menu/set button to switch to minutes 6. use the +/- button to set minutes 7. press the menu/set button to finish setting the time