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Teac Reference 300 CD model PD-H300C very muffled sound.\r\n I've tried different leads, and using the Aux input on the amp. I've tried cleaning the laser - carefully! The CD reads OK but the sound is very very muffled, I can only just tell it's there at all. The problem affects both channels, so it must be a common component, presumably in the power supply. How can I check and track down the failing item? Thanks, Nick

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SOURCE: Display doesn't work on TEAC PD H300mkIII

I had the same issue today. I found that opening the unit you can see that there is a white ribbon cable connecting the head unit to the main board. removing this cable and re-inserting it the connector fixed the problem. The display now works again...hope this helps

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Switch off power, remove cover. Remove four screws holding top black plastic disc cover and then remove all of the black plastic ( x 7 ) disc holders. You may find that the aluminum cross structure has come adrift. Replace into the slots again and replace all the disc holders. If you want, you can check before replacing cover, by then ejecting and 'disc skipping'. It should then be OK. If it has been forced, the aluminum cross structure thing may have also come out of the slot it should in in on the right hand side. Slide the disc frame in or out until it can be fitted and retest.

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SOURCE: My TEAC PD-H380 cd/mp3 player

PDF Manual at the link below Page 11.

http://www.teac.co.uk/manuals/pdf/PD-H380(EFS).pdf

The USB connection is only for a USB Memory stick, not an external MP3 Player

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