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TEAC DC-D2800 Digital Compact Hi-Fi System

Unit was working the last time it was used. The next time it was turned on nothing worked and the right speaker had a rapid popping sound and the left speaker had a hum.

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  • Starvin Dec 10, 2007

    Unit was working the last time it was used. The next time it was turned on nothing worked and the right speaker had a rapid popping sound and the left speaker had a hum.

  • Starvin Dec 11, 2007

    Speakers are correctly hooked up. If there are any fuses inside they did a great job of hiding them. There is no visual evidence of any overheating or burning on the PC board or wiring. Very little dust inside.

  • Starvin Dec 11, 2007

    Un-plugging the speakers has no affect. The display works and you can switch between the different functions. With the TUNER set on FM you can faintly hear a station through the hum on the right speaker. The turntable works but nothing can be heard when a record is played. Nothing but rapid popping noise can be heard on the left speaker no matter what function is selected. The owner's manual does not have a schematic nor does the inside of the unit's paperboard back.
    As most repair shops charge a diagnostic fee and a hourly repair fee, repair of this unit looks to be economically unfeasible.

  • Starvin Dec 11, 2007

    I think this unit is definitely tost. It will get a final trip to the recycling yard for it's final swan song. This is not the outcome I wanted but about what I expected. Thanks for the try and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Sound is not consistent

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This sounds like an internal amplifier problem. Did you smell anything burn? Try turning it off completely and plugging it to a different outlet.

If all else fails, have it checked by an electronics technician...

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Check all wires to speaker are correct also if you take the unit apart you might find that their is 2 or 3 fuses inside it might be that one of these has blown.
Also check no dust has over heated anything as this is often the case when anything electrical has been off for a while.
Let me know how you get on ok

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  • paul proctor Dec 11, 2007

    Hi if their are no visible fuses inside then that wont be the problem.
    Does the unit work at all or not.
    Can you select cd or radio function or does nothing work at all.
    The problem is more than likely a blown resistor probably on the amp part of the board.
    The only way of testing these is with specialist equipment.
    It is a cheap repair and shouldnt take more than a couple of hours to do might even be something as simple as a bad solder and just need resoldering.
    But if you are unsure about how to do this or you dont have the equipment needed then it is best left to a pro also you will need a fine soldering iron.
    If you can do the repair yourself you will need the schematic diagramme for you exact unit.
    Try unplugging the speaker whilst it is off at mains then try switching it on and see if the unit is working any better.
    Could you please let me know what happens apart from the sound problem like is the display working and can you select the different setting on the unit itself.
    Let me know how you get on ok

  • paul proctor Dec 11, 2007

    Hi its deffinately a problem with the amp then maybe a blown resistor it is difficult to get schematics for this make of unit the only slight chance you have will be to try using ask.com and asking need schematics for then give your make and model number and see if you can find one that way.
    The only problem is these units are only made to last the length of the warranty and you will probably find you repair this problem then youll have another one.
    So you have to thinks is it worth spending money and doing the work needed and also any other problems you might get after compared to the price of a new one.
    Let me know how you get on ok

  • paul proctor Dec 11, 2007

    Hi same to you mate have a good one

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