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I have a Pioneer Stereo Twin CD Receiver Model : XC-P410T
of May 1991 i have some emototional attachment to this Set
As the CD was not working i had given the set for replacement
but the tecnician misplaced the Laser Lense of the CD and
he dont know the details of the same. Can any one help me
to find out the details of the product

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    this is the product if some one can revert the other details

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I have a linse.Its fell out...good d....t!But as well i have sound issues with my system.Is anybody who can help me in repair ?

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Hi.

The lenses were not supplied as a spare part.
They regularly dropped out.

You need a new laser or a scrap deck, as I have re fitted the lenses in the past, you will need to have the RF aligned by a technician.

Regards
John w

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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