Question about Teac MC-D95 CD Shelf System
The cpu's in these units use extrememly little power for the clock, unlikely that low battery voltage is the cause, unless the battery is extrememly low, then yes it would be the battery, but also the unit might not use a battery but instead use a "super cap", which is a special high capacity capacitor that can hold a charge for weeks before needing to be recharged...they are usually rated for approximately .47 farads at 5 volts and they look like button batteries but are not....if yours uses super caps instead, then it might be on its way out, not able to hold a charge any longer because of deterioration....you might need the super cap changed.....also have the unit checked for bad connections....all solder joints, etc...which is always a big problem with any electronics...sometimes, solder looks good mechanically but electrically not good so it's a good idea to have the board resoldered.
hope that helps.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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