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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you can follow the circuit from the input of the cd play socket inside the amp itself you might come accross a Memory Retention Capacitor that supplies an IC. If you do. I can't for certain say one will be there, I would replace it, it might be the cause of the lost memory of your device.
If you don't know what a M R C looks like, they are like electrolytic types, but haven the appearance of being squashed. The value will be low only 0.22uf etc and the volts very low say 5.5. The PC board marking will be different to a normal capictor.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
bring a good contact cleaner from radio shack near you and apply spray with pipe in the selector and move it forward and backward.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Why? Are you contemplating connection of something OTHER THAN A PHONO CARTRIDGE to it?
Be advised, only a phono cartridge should be connected to a Phono input. There's more going on behind it than just voltage step-up.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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