Question about Technics SC-DV290 System
Hi, An HO# display is an indication of an internal problem, HO2 - possibly optical pickup. For certain reasons, I would strongly suggest that you bring your unit to a qualified service professional or an authorized center. If you have your own reason(s) of venturing to trying to fix it yourself, a couple of tricks you can try (should you be feeling adventurous and gamble on loosing it all together): 1. If it is an electronic problem, do a service reset; with no disc & tray closed power on, simultaneously press play, pause and back buttons (5 seconds). Unit should reset indicated by blinking of display. If this does not work, try with the power off, press the 3 button then power on; or 2. If it is a mechanical problem, gently shake the unit to and fro. The idea is to partially dislodge the eye from its position, it might have been stuck. Opening the unit will also serve the same since you can do visual inspection. Look for any foreign object along the rail (sliding bar) or any possible obstruction to the operation of the mechanism inside. If none works, you're back to the first suggestion. Hope this works out for you and give you some ideas. Pls post again how things turn up and/or if you need more information. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 04, 2007
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