The Amp section is not working on my CMT-CP11. There is power going to both the CD and Tape player but none of the switches or lights work on the amp section, and pressing the power button has no effect.
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You can reset all to factory settings, which may help;
unplug power, put back in switch on with power button.
Then press together "tape", "CD" and the power button.
You may need to reset the clock before it will work.
If you need the manual, here is the link;
check page 26 for the reset if not clear - nothing else in there that seems to be related, but you may find something i missed.
Hope this helps :)
hi margie, your fault lies with the power line feeding both your clock and car radio units. check the fuse of the line feeding your radio/clock section. the fuse box should have the areas clearly marked. also check if the ground connection to radio/clock is not diconnected sumhow. if this advice does not help then it wub advisable for you to consult with nearest auto-elecrician. cheers.
I reckon the line out is for connecting the pre-amp section to a powered amp. Which is why you are hearing the weak signal. In which case it's clear to me that for some reason the power amp section in your Sonance is dead! Since it's a stereo amp it's something that has killed both channels. Like a power-amp IC such as the picture I'm posting below. Or something else that is accross both channels, but not the pre-amp section.
If this problem occurs only at this cd/dvd it's a disk problem. If it occurs on various disks try using a cd/dvd cleaner set, a wet one is better. Follow the instructions on the set. The main idea is to put one drip of the included liquid at the set (usually isopropyl alchohol) at a specific place (like small brush) on the disk surface and play this disk. This way the "brush" will clean up the laser lens and after that the cd/dvd player will be able to read the disks. BE CAREFULL not to put too much liquid on the "brush". In case this don't solve your problem, the cd player needs laser lens replacement by a technician.
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HI. that grinding sound is signaling a lens assembly issue. the linkage and gear assembly seems to be jammed. this assembly must be able to move freely i order for the lens to track the CD. if the lens assembly is stripped or jammed, it will not be able to read and it will shutdown into stand by mode to prevent the motor from damaging itself. its most likely gear failure.
Unfortunately, the repair parts for this unit are only available from sony repair depots and, you will need to contact sony manufacturing in order to receive a repair ticket.
If your two speakers are working,if ok ,then the problem is in power amp section ,the IC chip there is already defected .changed that IC so it works normal again and some reheating works in power amp.section... rate me as FIXYA