Question about Sony DHC-MD333 Shelf System
This is what solved the problem for me (no idea why but it worked, so no guarantee that this may not damage your device eventually): Open the device in order to make the cd player unit accessible. This is tedious, since everything is packed very tightly inside there and some screws fixing the cd unit are hidden underneath some electronic parts and some cables have to be pulled out in order to access it. This will take about 20 to 30 minutes. Then, having put out the cd unit, watch the circuit board below the cd player. There are 3 small screws (do not really look like screws though). These are potentiometers I guess. For me it worked to turn the one which is called "RV103" a quarter turn clockwise (I had electricity connected while everything was disassembled to test if this works - PLEASE BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL IF YOU DO SO!). I repeat, it works but no idea why and how. It was some work for me but I really love the sound of the device and I am very happy I got it working again!
Posted on Nov 22, 2015
Bad cd unit i dought be able to find one those online u could look for your model otherwise get new system
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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