Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When I put a cd into this player, it appears to be trying to read the cd but then the number 99 comes on the screen and then it says error. The cd never plays. Anyone have any suggestions?
Most of these reading errors are caused by dirt on the lazer lens. You can buy a cleaning disc that should solve the problem. If it doesn't then it might be more serious such as damage to the lens itself, or an electronic fault.
Posted on May 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Streched CD drive belt
turntableneedles.com has about 450 belt sizes in stock. your unit is too new to have this listing yet as the belt should not have failed already so when you call be ready with the length of the old belt. Don't worry that it is stretched, a new size will be calculated that is about 3-5% shorter.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
Either the cartridge has failed, or an internal amp in the record deck has, or despite what you say the receiver has. I will clarify this for you. Magnetic cartridges need a pre-amp before it gets amplified by the pre-amp and power amp of your reciever. If that pre-amp fails you will still hear the low sound from the deck, but all others cd/tape would be normal as they don't go into the deck pre-amp.
All you need to is trace the circuit. Find the magnetic cartridge pre-amp and find where it joins with the pre-amp of the amp! If you stick a screwdriver at that point, you will get a buzz at normal volume on each channel. The cartridge pre-amp has gone if you do get a buzz!
You probably find it's a single IC that's gone, some are prone to static problems.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
my Crosley CR6007A-MA turntable's sound is very, very low. You can't even hear it barely. I haven't had it long at all and it wasn't broke due to any sort of abuse. I really have no idea why it would do this for no reason! Help!
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
Had the same problem & checked around on the net. Several people tried replacing the belt, but it had no effect. Spoke w/ several repair shops around the country and they concur with what I'd read on the net - bad motors. 3 or 4 repair/supply shops told me getting a motor would be impossible. Since I only listen to 33-1/3 LP's, I messed around w/ it a little and found a solution. Take the turntable out of the unit & you will find a small circuit board attached to the bottom. On that board is a small square blue fixture w/ a white circular "dial" in the middle (has grooves to accept a small straight blade or a phillips screw driver). This controls the voltage to the motor, which in turn controls the motor RPM's. If you set the selector switch to 78, you can experiment /w turning that white circular "dial" to slow the motor down. It isn't very hard to get the speed set properly. The down side is that you will only be able to play 33-1/3 LP's, but they are probably the most common anyways. I assume you could do the same to set the speed for a 45, rather than a 33-1/3. Down side is that you will only be able to play 1 size LP on the 78 speed setting, but it's an easy adjustment that can keep an otherwise in-op turntable functioning. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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