I have a GE Transistor 600 record player that sometimes plays, I am trying to figure out how to remove the record changer from the unit. Itt seems there are two screws holding the unut to the case that tighten when I turn them in the counterclockwise direction. I can see between the record changer and case that the fastner is secured to these screws but will not release. Do you know how to solve this problem or where I can locate a service manual for this?
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Re: RECORD PLAYER PLATE WILL NOT SPIN
Blast from the past. Those screws are balance screws. You have to work on it from the bottom. There is a belt that spins the assembly you will have to replace probably. Be careful though cause when you work on these they tend to drop out unexpectedly etc. Hope this helps.
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Probably more than $40 and that is the buy it now price on eBay at this link:
Note that the opening price is only $25. Suggest you get a "new" used radio as a cost effective option. Alternative: buy (now relatively inexpensive) NiMH rechargeable batteries and run your P2000 on them.
Try reinstalling the driver disc for your device, sometimes windows doesn't recognize some devices and some drivers are not pre installed with your windows software. If you don' have them already try going to the manufators website and dwnld. They are usually free.
with my base mp3 (MP717A) i got a lil yellow cd with it, which has video converting software, turns your avi, jpeg etc into MTV files which you can then put onto your mp3 player, so ya pick what ya wanna convert, takes a few minutes depending, and then it will put your converted files into C:\MTV_OUTPUT. you take from there and drag onto mp3 player...will only play on mp3 player...and if aint got cd try http://www.dvd-ipod.biz/mtv_converter.html .... the program on my cd is the one down bottom of that web page <----
Try and plug something in the aux. If you don't hear sound out of the aux when you plug something like your cd player in then your speaker cables have come off the circuit board or the out put transistor has gone on the radio. Sell on Ebay these go for a good price faulty.
with this module, you need to have the proper wiring harness for the recording input, this is provided either by the radios microphone, or with the cable for computer support. Visit RatchetJaw.net for more information on how to record.
Tilt the steering wheel low and grip the face plate that covers the
cluster and radio and pull it straight out. You kind of have to wiggle
it out so as not to scratch anything. The radio is now exposed. Some of
these just had a couple of locking tabs that need to depressed to
release the radio body or some had four screws in the front that you
have to remove. Then it just slides out where you have to depress the
locking connections and remove the antenna connection.
You may notice that there are 4 holes surrounding the radio faceplate just about big enough to stick an icepick or small nail into. This is for a radio removal tool -- but you could use some formed U shape coat hangers, or similar. 2 holes on the left and 2 holes on the right. Inserting metal pins into these 4 holes will unclip the radio from the dash.