Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is this one of the units that has a ribbon cable ( looks alot like an IDE hard drive cable) that connects all the components together? It also has a squre plastic fan that protrudes slightly from the rear (by about a 16th of an inch)? If so, it's the power module which consists of 2 boards (along the fan housing). You can probably find replacements for about $70, but I wouldn't bother. They quit making new replacements several years ago and any board you get now is just a pull from old stck units.... and they fail about 2 minutes after you put them in. Pioneer knows this but still sells the defective parts.
Posted on Oct 13, 2007
The auto reverse is a two part system, the heads are moved and the motors change direction. Slipping belts, broken gears, dirt in the gears can all cause this type of symptom. These are decent units and I would invest in a general overhaul to bring it back to factory spec. I have done a number of these in the past and would recommend the overhaul. Expect $10-$20 in rubber parts plus the local labor rate.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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