Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Fails to select a play. Player tracks endlessly up and down. Have replaced Credit unit with a known serviceable unit. Have corrected dry solder connections on Supply board and all ribbon sockets and plugs.
Problem started with just failing occasionally. (Corrected by jiggling the two ribbon connections on the Supply board. Got progressively worse until all movement stopped. Had the Supply board and the credit unit checked by Tasmanian outfit. They OK'd the Supply and replaced the Credit unit with a repaired and tested unit. After installation I am now back to the endless tracking without selection. Any suggestions.
Sounds like the encoder on the mech. It's the black gear on the lower right that rotates through the box with the wires soldered to it. (right next to the white gear that makes the whole unit go left to right.) It uses an optical sensor to count the holes in the wheel/gear. It's not registering either because of the wiring or more likely gunk inside the unit blocking the optical sensor.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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