Question about Televison & Video
I've spent the best part of the last seven days trying to locate a User's Manual (Instructions)for Aiwa CX-NT7K stereo system which includes a karaoke facility. I'm beginning to believe I have the only system left in existence, the internet hardly gives a footprint and of course Aiwa is kaput. The User Manual certainly doesn't exist apart from in the imagination of fanciful American companies, who want $25 and then promise to send a copy in two weeks time!! I would appreciate your help as my granddaughter can't wait to sing-along-with One Direction (whoever they are!) Much appreciated.
Try Googling (Aiwa)(CX-NT7K)(manual) without parens. Avoid clicking on the multitudinous con artists who offer it.
Posted on Apr 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try contacting one of these places and tell them what you need. http://tacpservice.toshiba.com/ConsumerProductSupport/consumer_parts.htm
Posted on Sep 19, 2006
Too little information to give any information / help / opinion. What actually happens? Does the Display come on properly? Do you hear any mechanical Noises? Like a motor whirring? Are you able to load a cassette into the machine? Does it get ejected automatically? As you say that the machine switches ON, I assume tyhat the Power supply cicuits are Ok, and this leaves us with the possibility that there is a mechanical problem.Is it that the machine was not used for a long operiod of months or years? If that is the case, in all probability the belts are damaged / broken / loose. I really need more info, please.
Posted on Mar 07, 2007
I lost my manual and the biggest issue of getting this set up is getting the vcr to the channel you need for play back either channel 3 or channel 4. To change the channel you hold the power button and the tv/vrc button at the same time till you get the channel you want. Three flashing lights is channel three, four flashing lights is channel 4. every time the power goes out mine resets to channel 3 and will not play videos until I reset to channel 4. Hope that helps.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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