Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I unplugged and moved my TEAC TDX250i idock CD Hi-Fi now although the power is on, LED lit on woofer and clock on unit, it will not switch on and a function cannot be selected. I have tried all the connections etc but still getting the same problem. Anyone with any idea what could be the problem?
The unit needs service- the control chip may have been upset with the plugging in of the device again. Unplug for a while and then try again.
There can be a defective capacitor in the unit as well. I could only tell you what the problem is after I fix it.
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Sony Mini
It is not possible to cheaply fix the problem, that is for sure. It is mechanical failure on the part of the mechanism. Have you tried unplugging it for a good 10 minutes, then replugging it in? As soon as you plug it back in immediately try to eject the cds. If this does not do it you will be forced to basically break open the cd player to get them out :(.
I'm so sorry about the bad news there, hopefully a "reboot" will at least let you eject them out of there
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
Check the small signal transistors BC338 and BC328, they're under the transport mech and will be near where the spindle motor plugs in to the PCB.
One of the transistors acts as a brake which momentarily puts the motor in reverse polarity to stop the CD rotating during 'stop' or 'open tray' modes. The reason the CD is spinning backwards is that the transistor which drives the spindle motor forwards during playback is faulty and is triggering the braking transistor hence spinning backwards.
The transistors should be 'BC328-25' / 'BC338-25' (25v)
Replace these and all should be well.
Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 01, 2012
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