The turntable works in manual mode and sounds fine. Speed control works as designed. The problem is the automatic function does not work. Records will not load and the arm will not move to start or finish.
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When you say the 'turn table into the play position' I assume that you mean the stylus arm (that holds the needle). Make sure that the turntable is made to automatically move the arm into the play position. Some turntables are manual, and do not have this feature. If yours does, the mechanism operates off a series of levers and cams that are operated off the turntable motor. Make sure that they are not jammed, and are lightly lubricated. There should be a lever control that sends the unit into the automatic mode. Move the lever to automatic, and watch the mechanism move and see if it is being jammed.
That depends on the exposure mode. In any of the automatic point&shoot modes you have no control over the shutter speed, the camera sets what it thinks is the proper shutter speed. In the P (Program AE) mode you can adjust the shutter speed by pressing the +/- button. In the S (Shutter Priority) and M (Manual) modes you control the shutter speed by pressing the +/- button and then using the cursor-up/down buttons.
Over Drive..... Generally speaking, overdrive (OD) is the highest gear in the transmission. Overdrive allows the engine to operate at a lower rpm for a given road speed. This allows the vehicle to achieve better fuel efficiency, and often quieter operation on the highway. When it is switched on, an automatic transmission can shift into overdrive mode after a certain speed is reached (usually 70+ km/h [43+ mph] depending on the load). When it is off, the automatic transmission shifting is limited to the lower gears. For an automatic transmission, it is almost always best to select overdrive and allow the transmission to control engagement of the overdrive. (It may be necessary to switch it off if the vehicle is being operated in a mountainous area or when towing a trailer.) With a manual transmission, overdrive should usually be selected when the average speed is above 70 km/h (approx. 43 mph).
To operate the slicer in Automatic mode . . . Rotate the Speed Selector Knob to the desired
speed; make sure the Carriage is in HOME position (all the way forward); make sure the Lever
is on the Manual position (pointing down); turn the slicer on; start the carriage drive unit by rotating the Lever to the Automatic position (up and to the right).
Either of the two speed selections can be used to begin Automatic mode. The speed can be adjusted
at any time by rotating the Speed Selector Knob.
To stop the drive unit, rotate the Lever down and to the left - to the Manual position.
If you slicer is set on proper automatic mode and still not running on automatic mode then the problem relates to internal motor or the selector knob.
But try reset before this.
Push the reset button underneath the slicer near the right-front foot if the carriage motor overloads.
The reset helps in some problems.But if its not helping then internal connections of selector knob has to be checked.Of the same with motor,the connections of motor to the selector for automatic mode has to be checked.----------------
This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.'
I suppose the only way to do it would be to stop it functioning completely. The only way would be to dissasemble the auto function. What you would need to do is work out which parts are essential for the turntable operation and which only activate the return. So you need to whatch the mechanism working. You will need to remove the base and look at from underneath, just like going underneath a car!
I can't say for certain if you can do it, only you will be able to determine it can be removed without affecting the operation of the entire turntable.
s I understand it from what I have seen on the Web, the 3000Z can operate in several modes:
1. Fully automatic (camera select both
2. Manual (user sets both aperture and shutter speed).
3. Aperture Priority mode - user sets aperture and camera chooses correct shutter speed to get a good exposure
Apparently there is no Shutter Priority mode (user cannot set only the shutter er speed and allow the camera to set the aperature to get a good exposure). This option is available on the Epson 850Z camera and this seems like a silly ommision to make on a "high-end" camera like the 3000Z.