Question about Aiwa CDC-X155
I don't recommend tampering with any electrical wiring or circuit unless you are experienced and are sure that you know what you are doing...it is very easy to make the situation worse.
First and easiest thing would be to check all of the breakers/fuses in the circuit panel. If they use the old fuses, sometimes its hard to tell if these are blown. If you can't tell that any are blown, you may try replacing them one at a time..there may be one burnt out and hard to tell by looking. The only other thing I'd recommend for an armature would be to get a voltage meter and test the output of each fuse (only if you are confident that you know how to properly). You may be able to isolate a line with no current, which could lead you to a bad fuse/breaker, or a bad circuit in the panel.
Any other troubleshooting in my opinion should be done by someone with electrical experience. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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