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I spent $300 for the thing 10 yrs ago, then paid$125 for a display repair, now its crapping out repetitively and I refuse to pay ungodly sums to repair it again only to have the next thing fail in a few yrs. So, I plan to gut mine and convert to a speaker dock for my iPhone - small mini-amps are under $50 now. I plan to leave the speakers in the case since they are properly ported and sound great as is. I'll pull the speaker wires out the back and mount the amp on top - might not look pretty but it'll work just fine and some of these little amps have FM tuners, SD card readers and remotes. won't be as elegant but it'll sound good.
If no one has the specs on this transformer but you know the power rating, apply this formula: Power/Voltage= Amperage. It might not be a big help but it sure will put you in the right range. The other solution would be to obtain a schematic or parts list for the unit. Hope this helps!
I simply cleaned my red switch by spraying it with tuner cleaner and the problem went away (it will return in a few years and cleaning it will correct it again). The switch can only be cleaned with the radio open. A can of tuner clean/lub with a small straw will be needed.
u wann hook up this unit so it plays muci throw biiggger bos system > doesnt big system have cd player this cd only not tv dvd unless it says dvd now then use outputs on back to tv input but i think it only cds