Question about Bose Wave Radio
There is a "rubberized" roller assy. A bar 1/8th inch diameter..about 3/4" wider than a cd. When you place the cd in the slot ,it activates the roller assy to pull the cd into the tray.[Kinda like an old wringer washer machine...only SOFT!!!
The "Input Slot" has a cleaner, if gunk gets on your cds the slot eventually clogs and gunk gets imported to the roller..can't always pull cd in..back and forth a little oil makes all worse. Eventually the will tend to "CHATTER". Pull the plug ,place on soft cloth-upside down.remove 5 black screws from bottom..and carefully separate by lifting bottom up. P.S.- The Green display cover is EXTREMELY EASY TO SCRATCH.. 1ST BRUSH WITH SOFT ARTISTS BRUSH .SOFT LINT FREE CLOTH IF ANY THING MORE IS NEEDED. Use a few drops of dish soap in a cup of hot water to clean roller..IF stronger means are needed you can use 70% iso alcohol Q-TIPS.. BUT GET alcohol OFF QUICKLY AS IT WILL DRY AND CRACK THE ROLLER OVER TIME.
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Posted on May 30, 2010
If the tray does not open the only way to get this out is opening the unit up. Many times the hat gets stuck thus the tray does nto open. So the only way that disc is going to come out of that unit is by manual extraction.
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Posted on May 26, 2010
These particular units are a bit tricky to open up. Please be careful if you attempt it. The most likely problem is a dirty lens along with a slipping load belt. This is a fairly common failure. Parts cost around $4 for the belt. The unit won't eject because the slipping belt cannot release the magnetic clamper that holds the CD onto the table. This should be a simple fix for any audio repair shop.
With experience, this repair takes less than an hour. It actually takes longer to open up the unit and get to the optics than it takes to replace the belt and clean the lens.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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To remove a stuck CD from Tascam CC222
This solved the "Now OPC" problem
1. Unplug unit
2. Remove the top cover, (3 screws on each
side and 3 on the back, lift cover).
3. Plug in unit.
4. Power on the unit to observe the drive
spindle spinning clockwise, (1" disc on top of drive).
5. Turn off unit, do not unplug at this
6. Use a small screwdriver to prevent the
drive spindle from spinning.
7. Power on the unit preventing the spin.
8. In approximately 10 seconds the display
will read "Disc Error" and the CD tray will open.
9. Remove the screwdriver and the disc.
10. Turn off the unit and unplug.
11. Replace the cover.
12. Use a better quality disc.
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