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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DEAD LEFT CHANNEL!!
The most common problem is a dirty record<>play switch inside the unit. Try this: Using a blank tape, press and release record/play buttons several times. This can clean the switch a bit. Then play a tape. If it fixes the problem, then you need to take the unit apart and use a plastic safe spray cleaner on the switch (Check at Radio Shack, their tuner cleaner Catalog #: 64-4315 will work fine). Spray it into the switch and then work the switch with the buttons several times.
Hope that helps...
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
I own a RS-T24 as well and stumbled upon this thread while searching for this exact same solution. The RS-T24 generates no power on its own. It gets its power from, in my case, the SU-V75 amplifier. I still have a working SU-V75 and got the following readings out of the plug-in for the RS-T24 on the amp:
Left = pin 1 - (white wire)
Middle = pin 2
Right = pin 3
1-2 = 11.5 vac
1-3 = 23.0 vac
2-3 = 11.5 vac
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
The defect is in the Dolby circuits - the expander is badly adjusted. This is a well known problem for this model and the only way to fix that is to professionally realign it.you can't do that at home, only a very well equipped shop - with spectrum analysers - can do it.
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
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