Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First thing to do is to clean the lens on the pickup. Use camera or Eyeglasses lens cleaner that is safe on plastics. If that doesnt help then it may be either your spindle height is wrong or the focus is off. Both of these should be checked by a tech. Sometimes as laser pickup get older they go out of adjustment. There are usually pots on the main board for track error and focus and a few other parameters. There are also sometimes pots on the pickup itself. I wouldnt recommend adjusting these yourself but if you do it anyway, mark them with a magic marker for thier original position so you can return to it if the adjustment doesnt help. You make a tiny adjustment and try a disc....then repeat. Small adjustments are all thats needed!!! If you arn't sure what your doing dont touch it. Service personel use an oscilloscope and a test disc with voltage measurements to properly do the adjustments.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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