Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a arcam mcd multidisc cd player which displays the ''E7'' error message and that's it, no buttons work etc but if i manually eject the disc tray and then switch the unit on, the display works normal but the tray will automatically close and display the ''E7'' msg again and that's it.
I recently bought a second hand C541i as is and I had the same thing; no power up. I took it to a service centre, they re-soldered the connecting pins for the transformer socket. It now works well.
After that I realised that it could have been the problem with the Burson Audio clock that was installed buy the previous owner but had intermittent playback problems. A study of the schematic revealed that the +12v rail for the clock, is from a different secondary coil winding than the +5v for the DAC etc. And the -12v for the analogue output stage could be from a different pin on the connector as well.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
check the micro switches on the cd mechanism. these can go wrong sometimes. it's obviously not sending a message to the micro chip that the tray is open therefor it will close again automatically.
hope this helps?
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
SOURCE: i have a sharp cd-sx62v
Reset the player by pressing ON/STAND BY button and simulatenously press preset << and preset>> buttons of the unit.
This will reset the microprocessor of the player.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
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