Question about Denon S-301
Denon S-301 system seems to read cd and usb storage stick I'm using as it shows my picture folders on monitor. However, scroll and push/enter button on remote won't let me move to a specific folder or open. Even if I press the Help button on remote with nothing in tray or usb port, while the options including Setup appear on my monitor, I can't scroll to any particular option. Not sure if my scroll and push/enter buttons are malfunctioning or whether I have to do something in particular to enable these buttons.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wont play CD's
please let us know if you get through to denon. I have been on hold as well for some time. Good to know that the problem is not unique but i hope there is an easy solution.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
By this time I figure most peoples warranties are expired. So give this a try:
1 Open the case.
2 Turn the unit on and load a disk.
3 On top of the disk transport, you will see a black disk trying to spin as it reads the disk. You might notice that it is a bit quite as the display goes to 00H00M00S. It should be fast and a bit noisy.
4 Try loading a disk again, except this time, try to help that little black disk spin. It might take a couple of attempts, but I was able to get my 2910 working again.
The last year I've had to do this 2-3 times. But it works. From what little I have read, it may just be an issue with lubricating the right part with the right oil. I've narrowed my choices to PTFE 3n1 oil, Lithium oil, or silicone oil.
now I just need to find the right places to oil.
There should be quite a bit of noise and speed
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
Possibly a power supply problem, not enough power.
Could be these:
- dried up filter capacitors (electrolytic) - these include: main filter capacitor (the biggest one),
any final filter capacitors at each voltage output section, also at the oscillator end.
Check for any blown up, leaked or (partially) shorted capacitors.
- burnt out components (resistors, diodes).
Replace these (assuming you can still determine the proper value or type).
- poor solder contacts.
Remove the old solder and resolder the pins.
Dried, leaked or blown up capacitors may cause the power supply to crash down (or cycle with very low power output).
Burnt out components may act as a short circuit line, a change in conductivity (resistance) or as an infinite resistance (open contacts).
Poor solder contacts (so called "cold contacts") originate from bad soldering (at the factory), being further loosened by component overheating and tensile stresses (moving your equipement from place to place causes the circuit board to bend a little bit each time, and this, in turn loosens the solder contacts even further, causeing more overheating which may melt the solder, and so on).
You can tell a poor solder contact from a good one: bad ones will have a circular crack in the solder around the pin - try moving the pin a bit with a pair of tweezers - if it moves, there's your bad contact (you'll need a good light source and possibly a magnifying lens to spot these).
hopefuly you can get closer to a solution using these hints.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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