While playing, Player 'freezes' so all functions fail
I loaned my new CDN95 to another dj and unfortunately, upon its return, has been malfunctioning. After a few minutes of playing, (sometimes in less than a minute of playing) it 'freezes'. There is 'sound' coming from the cd being played but just that bit where it 'freezes' and is unintelligible. I have been told that it is the power supply, (specifically, the 68 uf - 400 Volts capacitor). However, since I have no tech manual, I have taken such council with a pinch of salt and have not tried to fix it. Ideas? Anyone?
Re: While playing, Player 'freezes' so all functions fail
Hmmm - slide the lid back and put a meter across the 3 power transistors that should be on the power supply board - seen from the top. (do this with the power off..:)) You may find once these warm up - which doesn't take long, they are breaking down
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Looking at the Diagram they appear to be standard AV Cables so you should just be able to plug the CD Outputs into the Amp AV Inputs (as long as it's a Dual Amp) and then connect your speakers to the Amp (make sure the speakers impedance matches the Amp.
Your best bet is to contact Numark directly. I don't recall the optics used, but I think that this unit uses Sony optics. If the tray is not working correctly, it can be a belt or a mis-alignment. Ca you describe the problem you are having?
What I do is first look on ebay for the same item in spares or repair. Buy it cheap and swop out the damaged/broken bits.
If that fails I download the service manual. Can take some google effort, but it can be found. By using the service manual, you will be able to repair and replace any part of your cdn95, assuming your not affraid of a little work and electronics.
If you are, then I suggest a visit to your nearest electronics repair shop is in order