Item: purchase summer 2006, an Emerson MS3110 Executive Audio System. Harrisburg, PA. Value up to $130.
Complaint: Owner said it is not working. She said the power is not coming on at all. She said some CDs are left in there, she did not remove the CDs for the move. She said she tried different plugs and connections.She said she packed it in original box and moved it and stored it a while, then our moving co also moved the same box and she said it does not work. She said no external damage.
What do you recommend for consumer to troubleshoot this? Is this a common complaint? Thanks.
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Check its loader mechanism. Check loading belt, and loading motor. It will be best to replace its loader mechanism, as it is an easy to get part. Won't cost more, and can be purchased from most of the electronic spare part selling shops at your town.
The player needs a 4-1/2 volt, 500mA adapter. The plug must be center positive. Radio Shack sells suitable adapters. You may also be able to find them at thrift shops or resale stores where they often have a big pile of these adapters.
Your TV must have a sound output, preferable an RCA type output jacks, these are connected to aux or line inputs of your audio amplifier, in some TV sets, you must deactivate speakers at menu to have audio at these outputs, please check your TV user guide for more details.
There are several ways to connect the TV to the DVD player but you can only take advantage of the progressive scan option on your player if you use component cable. Component cable has three input jacks on it and they are colored Green, Blue, and Red. Your TV/amplifer must have component input jacks on the back of it to use this cable. If it does, then the input jacks on the back of the TV are usually labled Y, Pa, and Pr. The Y input is for the Green input jack, the Pa input is for the Blue input jack and the Pr is for the Red input jack. Once you have these plugged in you will next need to hookup the audio/vidoe cable that came with your DVD player that has a Yellow, White, and Red input jacks on it. The Yellow input jack is for Video and the White and Red are for audio. Both your TV and DVD player will have inputs for these so just match them up. If you do not have component inputs on your TV then just hook up the audio/video cable and it will work.
I have the same problem since the early beginning after purchase. I'm very upset with NAD for the zero-value technical service in Italy. After 2 months they gave me back my C541 with new defects (the tray now doesn't work properly). They have tried - they said - different optics without fixing the problem. Does anybody know if a compatible optic / tray exists?