This machine keeps shutting down power/after one minute.i tried the timer /tried the clock/tried setting even the clock no luck.also the stanby-light comes on shuts everything down.whenever this light comes on the whole unit shuts down.
I have the same probleme with aiwa nsx-SZ30, please help me to fix the probleme email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Re: aiwa compact disc /2disc player
It doesn't matter what you do, that the system will power down after being on for exactly a minute? Or do you find that when you try using it a few times in a row that the shut off happens a little sooner each time? Did this suddenly start happening or was it something that began occurring gradually (meaning it would power on for an hour and then auto shutoff)?
It sounds to me like some electrical component inside is failing and that the self-protection circuitry design is kicking in. Or it could be that the power transformer is worn out and can't maintain power for more than a minute.
Keep in mind that repairs to these older electronics can end up costing as much as it would be to buy a new unit (and new units offer much more technology anyway).
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To shut off the timer function (turns the unit on at a certain time):
Press the timer button (on the system itself) until the little clock icon disappears from the units display. This deactivates the timer.
Alternatively, you can reset the system to factory default (clear all user inputs and setting from memory)by:
Start with the power on
Turn the unit of using the power button.
Turn the unit on while pressing the Stop/Clear button.
-power on the stereo
-push the clock button
-press pause on the cassette deck - the hour should be blinking
-press fastfoward/rewind to adjust it up and down
-push pause again to move to minutes
-push ff/rewind to adjust minutes
-push pause one last time
One or more of the output transistors has failed or you have a bad speaker. Try disconnecting both speakers and turning on the unit. If it still shuts down, then the transistors are likely to be defective. These can be replaced for about $15-$25 plus labor at any service shop that handles audio gear.
Can you set the start/stop time to read 00:00? If so try that, it shouldn't go off at all. Another possible solution could be to turn it off and unplug it directly from the wall.... leave it for a minute or so, plug it back in and leave the timmer alone all together. If it has an internal memory, leaving it unplugged for a few minutes might reset the system. There might also be a main reset button hidden somewhere but you will have to look that up in the manual.
Turn the system on and press the "Clock/Timer" button (located above the eject button for Deck 1). The clock will appear. To change the time, simply hold down either the < or > buttons (the ones you use to change radio stations and begin CD/tape playback). Press "Clock/Timer" again to lock in the time.
Before you do anything else, Cancel the Timer setting, which is activating the machine to start Playing in the afternoon. You will need the machine's Remote for this. On the Remote, Press TIMER repeatedly, while pressing SHIFT, till the Clock Symbol disappears from the Front Display.
Now if you have to reset the Timer to play the machine at a different time - early morning, as you desire, follow these steps.
First You have to make sure that the clock is set to the correct Time.Is it? Fine. If it is not,read trhe Owner's Manual and set it to the correct Time. Take note that you mark the AM or PM funtion properly.
After the time is set correctly, You gotta set the clock to Switch On the set at a designated time in the morning. Follow the "Setting the Timer" instructions in the Manual to do so.
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