Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony mp3 MHC-RG440s
well fuses are at the power supply sections and if the tape was jamed inside the deck, just disconnect the plug and try to take-off the case/cover of your unit but before opening it wait for about 1-2 hours to discharge the capasitors and then disassymble your unit try to get the tape deck and then get a knife a scissor, something to cut the tape inside the deck, thats the best solution, but you won't get your tape back though even when you get your tape uncut well, when you play it again you will not get good sound.
maybe your tape deck have a problems, maybe a broken gears, a belt was snaped, or a relay is the main problem.
its better to observe your unit first before you play a tape again.
ok? hope you could get your system back in good condition and have a good day.
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
SOURCE: dvd not playing.c 31 00 occur
The only thing you can do is get a CD DVD player cleaner with liquid. Found at any store these days, then run it a couple times. If it plays, Problem solved, if not, it must be repaired. They will put a new transport in the unit. Usually runs 100-150 to replace. Weigh the cost to fix vs. the cost to replace and the age of the unit before you get it repaired. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
you can not fix it without tearing it apart. if you do take it apart, try to get the front panel off. Hit the eject button and look for a lever that is stuck.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
my guess: the belts are broken by age - so the sensor (detecting cassette moving) means its the end of the cassette & switches A/B/A/B....
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
SOURCE: I have lost my remote
Sony remote controls can be bought from the Authorised Service Centers for Sony, and some of the electronic spare part shops at your town. It will have a model number, usually printed either on its back cover or inside the slip off battery protection lid. If you intend to buy it from service centers, just give the the exact model number of your receiver. They will give you the original one. If you go to buy from local market, give the the model number of the remote control itsef, as I indicated earlier. From open market, you will get Chinese make only. OK.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
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