Question about Aiwa NSXAJ70 Mini System Dual Cassette Shelf System
Somebdy set up the timer play in this machine, and it starts playing cd at odd hours. I tried to use the timer button to cancel the timer play without any success. I could change the play time or change from cd to FM but could not get rid of the timer setting altogether. In alarm clocks they have a on-off button, is there anything like that in this stereo system?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This can be fixed by adjusting the POT on the rear side of the laser. My Aiwa had the same issue and there is an orange screw on the rear of the laser. Turn it about 1/16 - 1/8 turn COUNTER clockwise.
Please understand, this is a temporary fix, and will eventually ruin your laser mechanism completely. The company is out of business and the unit is 10 years old, so I didn't much care...perhaps I will run across a CD assembly I can replace it with, but this is a temporary fix for this issue.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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i have an aiwa stereo system model no: cx- za20k ,the twin cassette deck works fine,but there is no playback from the c d player,the stereo takes 3 cd s and the player just says reading and changes to the next cd endlessly any one help please
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Your unit needs a little TLC. Let me address the likely problems/solutions:
1) Tape deck stuck - The most common problem here is that the belt has gotten slippery. This has prevented the mechanism from resetting to a known position and that is what prevents the door from opening. Hopefully when you pried it open, nothing bot broken.
2) Both tape drives run from the same motor and use different belts. The same applies to the second deck as the first. The belts are sliping and need to be replaced.
3) The CD lens is probably dirty and needs to be cleaned. The fact that the CD stops and an attempt is made to play it suggests that the optics are working enough to detect the disc. Clean the lens using a cotton swab and alcohol and that should resoplve the CD problem.
If you have not opened up these before, I would not suggest you start without someone around who has. There are 3 belts that need to be chagned for the cassette section to work. Plan on $15-$20 for the belts.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
replace lazer ever 2000 hours the display may have a dry joint on the 18 volt input ps the lazers are all the same in all the nsx moduls
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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