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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a classic case of beltitis-most cd players incorporate a small belt attached to a motor and gear on the front of the unit,it either has went bad,bad meaning stretched out or it could be broke in two.Just because its new to you doesnt mean that it didnt sit in a hot warehouse for months before it was put on a retailers shelf.When rubber is subject to heat for long periods of time it breaks down the chemical which keeps elasticity.check that first,if the belt appears or seems to be in decent shape then clean the gear and belt with some isopropyl alcohol,environments like a restaurant which most likely have a lot of grease in the air can slowly built up on the parts inside causing things to slip,might as well spray some wd40 in there,if that isnt the case any of the above then you either have a bad motor ore bad motor ic,ok well good luck and have fun hope you get it going,i just found one in the dumpster that somebody was throwing away because the cd player does not work,good for me im a bench tech,the optic lens assembly is bad,for ten dollars i can replace it with a brand new one to keep this ****** rockin,bye
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
above is a generic video that applies to almost all belt driven turntables including yours that will show how to install the belt and a few other things. the website shown in the video lists your belt under the "find my player" button on the left side of that site.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Gents - not sure where you live, but try these UK links. The D65 was a similar system produced a year or two earlier, if the cable is 15 pin my bet is it is the same cable. Good luck, better look after my cables carefully!
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Help! My Philco turntable cd with cassette player and radio has a problem I need fixed. The cd tray does not open. What can be done to make this open and close again. Have had it for a couple of years and no problem.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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