Question about Cambridge Audio Azur 640P Amplifier
I have tried several discs and the panel just flashes dashs. I played a CD the other night. The following day I went to play a different CD and this problem happened. I bought the CD player a few years ago, but I have hardly used it. What could the problem be and what would cause this problem?
Try the little ribbon cable on left of laser is properly seated in pcb socket ,as have fixed 2x 740,s with this problem
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
After about 100 CD-DVD units, I've found that most problems are from debris/film on the laser lens.
If taking the cover off the unit doesnt scare you, unplug it and blow out the CD assembly with a can of compressed CO2
and VERY lightly clean the laser lens with 91% or better alcohol on a cotton swab.
If that doesnt work , contact Cambridge Audio for a repair service.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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