Hello! I bought this player this morning used and it worked perfectly when I brought it home. I only played one record through on it and when the record ended I heard the table stop, so I went over and turned the system off to change records and when I turned it back on the table wouldn't turn! all other functions (cd and cassette) still work just fine but even when I reattach the belt nothing moves! Is there something I may be missing to replace this? I did not drop it/jolt any of the parts between the two records so I just don't understand why one would have played and the next not??
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Re: Turn Table stopped?
This is for ANY belt driven turntable.
The belt is usually
directly beneath the platter (the part your record sits on). If you
lift this up and out of the way there are two wheels, a small one from
the motor ( less than 1" in diameter) and a larger one (usually more
than double the size of the small one). The belt goes on around both of
these. So the setup looks like a rubber band between 2 fingers...
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Re: Turn Table stopped?
Well if you bought this new,i suggest you to go to the vendor for a replacement.The small engine moving the table might be brocken.Ussualy this machines are made by different separate parts which allow them to work independently*like cd or cassete) bye
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Hello the turn table has two speeds. 45rpm and 33rpm (rotations per minute) If you are playing a record that takes up the entire turntable you need to set it on 33rpm. For the records that only take up half of the turntable you want to set it on 45rpm. Setting the turntable on the wrong setting for a certain size record can make the record play to fast of to slow.
Recording Company Greeting
1 Press FEATURE 9 8 3 The display shows
QUIT RETRY REC
2 Enter 1 0 2 0 0 0 0
3 Press OK The display shows
MBOX AA OTHR
4 Press AA The display shows
5 Press GRTG The display shows
6 Press GRTG The display shows
7 Enter Greeting number "13" (for holiday recordings
8 Press OK The display shows
RETRY PLAY REC
9 Press REC
10 At the sound of the tone record the greeting. Greeting: "Thank you for calling (your company name)..........."
11 Press OK to end your recording. The display shows Accept Greeting: RETRY PLAY OK NOTE: To listen to the greeting press PLAY, to re-record the greeting press RETRY
12 Press OK to Accept the greeting
To program to play 1 From Step 12 press * 2 Press Table
Auto Atdt Admin
GRTG TABLE LINES3 At Grtg table: enter 1 4
Retry OK 5 Press OK 6 Press OK again @ AA menu prompt 7 At Morning: 1 press CHNG to whichever new greeting you recorded CHNG
NEXT 8 Continue by pushing next through all times 9
CHNG PLAY NEXT 10 You should note which times had which greetings to change back after holiday 11 After you change all the times Morning Afternoon Evening Non-business press Release ------------------------------------------------- This will work for setting a new greeting as well, you can use numbers 1,2,3 etc for the greeting numbers to set them at different times of day in the table.
Hi. What I am trying to establish from my last question is whether the laser has become heat sensitive or whether there is a bit of dust buildup on the spindle table that might be causing the disc to have excessive wobble.
If the disc has excessive wobble, then the machine will have trouble tracking the outer tracks and will constantly skip as you have described after say 30 to 45 minutes.
If the laser has become heat sensitive then the same problem could potentially occur - The only difference being that if you were to restart the movie at that point, then the skipping would continue even at the beginning of the movie.
The first problem (wobble) is easy to fix - Clean the spindle table, the second problem may render the unit uneconomical to repair.
When you FINISH recording, the Minidisc recorder Writes the TOC (Table of Contents) - so you see it flashing TOC or Update when you finish recording - you need to Leave POWER ON and have the unit on for about 30 seconds for it to finish this. IF you don't, the unit doesn't know where to find the files since there is no TOC. Try a Sony home unit - you might get one more shot at it working with that.
When you get done recording, do you wait until the "TOC" light stops flashing? If you cut off power before the Table Of Contents is written, then it can't find all your music. Even if you eject, it should still flash a little red TOC or UPDATE before it spits the disc out. Check for that. okay?
First thing's first.
At power up is the turn table turning? Is the drive motor turning? If so then the jukebox thinks it is playing a record. What happens when you press the cancel button on the back of the machine?
You should check the fuses anyway. Make sure they are the RIGHT value or you will just end up frying your jukebox if you get a serious short.