Question about Audio Players & Recorders
SOURCE: car cassette player
yes the rubber rollers inside your unit have become hard,,and they are slipping, and the unit detects this,, u can purchase a product called re-grip [ for rubber products and it treats the rubber in such a way to make it soft and pliable again ] the product is sold by mcm electronics and can be found online,,, treat the surfaces of the rubber rollers in your unit and it should preform to original specs....any further help please email me at email@example.com...i hope this helps you
Posted on Jul 12, 2007
find something else with the same size belts there just belts don't have to be same kind i'd go a lil smaller then the old ones
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
Donne Trav, you can take that belt to an electronics shop (your neighborhood shop is best). They will most likely have replacement belts. They will also have a tool that measures the belt so you know which size to get. I used to fix T.V.'s and VCR's. Its the best method when you cannot source an original belt. As far as the diagram, I would need a model # of the radio to even start a search for such a thing.
Posted on May 16, 2008
SOURCE: RCA audio system,and three disc.
I always encountered that kind of problem,the audio works but discs player not working.This kind of a problem of a disc player had three causes,first the lense is busted already secondly the MPEG MEMORY IC is busted,thirdly the roller that's moving back and port bringing the lense set stock up full of dirt this is most common problem.That why whateveryou did is not functioning.If you know how to open your unit it's better. First you do is to clean the roller with the use of a lighter fluid to take the old greases that already harden with dirt. After that all is clean put a first class greases type-A only little to the roller and wipe the lense with a cotton buds. If all this procedure nothings happens,you better change the lense with desame code number, to avoid conflict.If the lense is change still not functioning that's the time you change the MPEG memory IC.I assure it to you it's works 100%.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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