Question about Nakamichi Audio Players & Recorders
Its a OMS-5II and it plays sometimes and usually does not play the #1 track and then sometimes skips and sometimes when I push play it wont...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the emitting diode is not shiffting right..it might need some cleaning of its track..open it and check it out. good luck
Posted on Apr 25, 2007
SOURCE: cd tray mechanics
It can be repaired but in all of my years in consumer repair, I dread the CD/DVD tray alignments the worst.
There are many things involved in getting them to operate without fail. Using the mfgs documentation you can get them up and running but most of the time they failed because something is amiss to begin with. So you spend an hour getting everything setup and it will work once or twice but them fail. Only to find out that a location sensor is bad or a gear is missing a tooth....
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
SOURCE: CD player skips on early tracks
The lens assembly in a CD player glides along on a two rail track, kinda like a railroad track except tubular. The lens carriage is moved over this track by a small motor driving a worm gear. (Think long, tubular and spiral). If the rail tracks or the worm gear dry up or have dust accumulating on them, this could be the cause. Normally they have a light gear oil or lithium grease on them to keep them lubricated.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: B&O Beosound 1
It may be that the brushes on the CD spindle motor are getting dirty. A relatively easy fix, IF you know how to open a Beosound 1 without causing damage. I used to work in a B&O Authorized Service Center, and I suggest contacting the one nearest you first for an estimate. Most "normal" shops are most likely not prepared to handle the sometimes complex disassembly/reassembly issues.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: stuck cd discs
I think there are a couple of faults here. The first one is maybe a faulty motor on the eject mechanism. The second one is a faulty laser unit as it is not scanning the disc. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
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