Tape deck does nothing when play is pressed
Maybe a problem of no power to motor. I own 2 identical Aiwa units, both have tape deck problems. This brand is prone to them They also have nasty habit of tape cassette doors jamming.
1st off you never said how old the unit is. Awia have huge amount of models. Mine are the NX series that came out in black plastic. Most of the others are silver/grey. Honestly, unless you pop side screws and lift the cover off to eyeball anything loose. and none is? And if out of warrenty, the value of fix, mat exceed value of unit.
Sorry, but I see many of these, of 4-5 yr old units Aiwa brand,
get the heave ho!
The most stupid thing about this is: for units size, has the best sound of any other brand it's size.. Brilliant for hooking to ones TV sets, for surround sound!
What I did was get an older getto blaster that plays tapes to play my tapes on. some of these units are around and in good order, dirt cheap. And most electronic equipment problems cost at least $35 just to have a quick look at your unit.. cost of repair on top? I brought my 1st one new @ well over a grond. 3 yrs later, 2ns one, exactly the same $15.00 in a charity shop. The laser unit was dusty. All go in half an hr. Perhaps if it is an older model , look for another mate to it, It all comes down to costs.
Which is better option... you are the one who has to made the choice. Good luck. Jamz
Oct 25, 2007 |
Aiwa NSX-AJ20 CD Shelf System