Purchased "pre-owned" Kreisler Lighter(wick & fluid) on Ebay. Appears never to have been used. When removed cotton to check length of wick, the flint chimney just fell out.Need to find out where I can send this for repair.
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Assuming you're using the Surround Back speakers for their primary purpose, let's establish that there is something in the way of programming being routed to that speaker. Fire up the speaker level setup procedure and use any handy audio device (*) to see if a signal is present at the Surround Back Pre Out jack. If not, that speaker will never, uh, speak.
* For this test you could use your powered subwoofer. You DO have one, right? Just swap the RCA cable from Sub W Pre Out to the SB R Pre Out jack to see if anything appears there.
The relay is soldered onto the circuit board. Unsolder the connections using solder wick. Solder wick is a fine copper braid that soaks up solder as it melts, leaving the connection clean so you can remove the old part. You also need an appropriate soldering iron and solder for electronic work. Rosin-core solder, small diameter, and a 40-watt iron are sufficient.
Once you have the correct replacement part, remove the old one and solder the new one to the circuit board in its place.
Your problem is the amplifier IC inside the unit. It is attached to the heat sink and soldered onto the main circuit board. If you have a soldering iron, solder, and solder wick (to remove solder from bad IC) you could do this repair pretty easy. You would need to disassemble the unit and remove the solder from the IC, then remove the IC from the heat sink and attach the new IC to the heat and put it back into the board and then solder all the pins of the new IC back onto the main board. After that, just put the unit back together just the way you took it apart. Just pay attention to where all the screws went and make sure you get them all back in the right places.
If you do not have the soldering equipment and are not comfortable with your soldering skills it would be better left to a service center to do this. Just about any service center would be able to do this repair for around $100. That should include the part and the labor. The price will depend on the service centers rates, but it is an easy repair that would require less than 1 hour of actual labor. Most shops will charge a minimum of 1 hour labor even if it only takes 15 minutes.
I have been repairing car audio equipment for over 18 years and can assure you that this is the problem you have, it is the typical symptoms for a bad amp IC.
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Your cd shows error whatever you put a cd ,,the problem is in the mechanism in the roller,that moving back and port bringing the set .The roller is under the tray which you going to put the discs. The old grease their is hardened already that cause abnormal travel of roller . Clean that by using a lighter fluid or like that fluid ,in order to take the old dirt grease and replace it with a new one , a first class grease type-A grease put only little amount in the roller. Wipe the lense witha use of cotton buds without any chemical. Try this solution so performance will be better...feel free for asking further assisstance rate me as fixya....
The most common problem of error messages is the lense and the roller.The roller is that moving back and port bringing the lense set,had already many dirt,that stock up of moving the roller.You better take out the unit from your car and open it .You clean the roller by using a lighter fluid or desame kind of that fluid and clean the lense with a cotton buds ,soak the cotton buds with a little plain water and after that , use a dry cotton buds to dry it out and in the roller take the old grease in the roller and replace it with a new grease .Use a type-A class grease.If you finish this all,i assume you that performance will be better.