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I have a Phono/CD/Tape/Radio. I wnet toplay a CD and it would not play. It came up and said no on the red light. Can I fix it or does it need repair??

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SOURCE: CD player will not play CDs

1.Check whether your cd s are good and readable
2.then the problem with the cd player laser beam reading assembly and its associating blocks
3. i guess your cd player laser beam lens is too weak or dead.
4. There is possible to change the lens system with a new one
5.Contact service centre for further rectification

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SOURCE: Panasonic XRB RXCT950 Boom box radio,tape and plug in CD player

It sounds like your unit has a LOT of broken solder connections and dirty potentiometers. Unless you are VERY good at soldering and want to invest about 1 to 2 hours of time, I would toss it and start fresh.

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SOURCE: Honda Radio button lights do not illuminate

were the lights working before?
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SOURCE: Yamaha Natural Sound Amp and Tape Player

All of this applies to nearly any analog consumer audio gear...

If you have any Tape Deck and an Equalizer and only the one Tape Monitor loop you should place the EQ into that Tape Monitor loop, then place the Tape Deck onto one of the probable two Tape Monitors on the EQ as it sounds like you had here...

"When I had it set up with the graphic equaliser,pressing tape monitor on the amp and on the equaliser gave me play backfrom the tape player."
That setup will allow you to apply EQ to any analog source and the tape deck in record or playback mode.

However, if you want to remove the EQ and use the Tape Deck directly on the Tape Monitor just attach the deck's Playback cables to Tape Mon In (Play) and the deck's Record cables to the Tape Mon Out (Rec). Flip the Tape Mon control to hear the tape deck or monitor it while recording.

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NEVER plug anything but a turntable into the Phono. It has a preamp that expects a ver ysmall signal from the cartridge AND it also has a severe RIAA Equalization curve which would result in grossly exaggerated frequency extremes if you managedto get a non-LP source into it. Likewise, turntables without internal electronics mut always use the Phono section of a receiver, preamp or integrated amp to get the boost and EQ they need.

Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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SOURCE: Radio 80c7e80b will not play, only get static on AM/FM CD Works

your radio is shot, and the cd and tape player still works. You have to buy a new radio if you want to listen to a radio.

tepfy

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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