Aiwa xrm98 hifi need the remote model number for this hifi
Hi can uhelp me.i have an aiwa xr m98 stereo hifi with mini disc,cd,tape,radio and amp but have no remote control.i need the model number so i can purchase one as i have no user manual to look it up.i bought it second hand.please help
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Repair; I doubt it, Replace; yes, but the hard part would be finding a replacement unit. You would have to open the case to find out what type of connectors it has and go from there. In the long run you're going to spend more time and effort than it's really worth. That isn't a newer stereo system so consider that you've gotten your moneys worth of life out of it. Best suggestion is to put a new stereo on your Christmas wish list.
They do. If you're in the UK you can try Curry's Partmaster for replacements. Sorry to have to inform you that most replacement remotes are not cheap though, as the makers know when they can spot a money making thing. Everyone sits on or drops remotes!
try crossing over your speaker wires , criss cross them from like A top and B bottom. then there ussally are 2 button that control the speaker out puts. Find the buttons and try pushing them in and out until u get sound. hope this helps
I would have to say that both of these sound as though they are probably beyond economical repair.
With the first unit you mention, either the panel with the switches on needs replacing or the logic (the brain inside) is on it's way out.
On the other system, either the lenses need cleaning or the lasers are on the way out for both MD & CD. You can try cleaning the lenses first, it might help.
What I would very much recommend in the future is to get a system made of seperates. Then, if one source goes down, you're not left with no music while it's being serviced. If you go to Richer Sounds they'll give you a part-exchange allowance for your old hi-fi(s) and if you buy the warranty & never use it they will give you 100% of your money back. Every one's a winner!
i have an aiwa stereo system model no: cx- za20k ,the twin cassette deck works fine,but there is no playback from the c d player,the stereo takes 3 cd s and the player just says reading and changes to the next cd endlessly any one help please