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AX-M140 problems, problems

My system seems to constantly have issues. It times out and won't allow you to replay a disk after a while without turning the device off (at the mains) and back on again. It doesn't like copying from disks very much, several attempts at doing that have failed, but the worst is that if you play back from the hard disk it hangs once it has played the last track.

Yep, I know I should have taken it back but this is our third hi-fi purchase, I really just want it to work properly. I suspected it needed a firmware update but have no idea how to get one. Hitachi site wholly unhelpful.

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  • Anonymous Jul 25, 2008

    i have the same problems
    also every time i load a disk it spends about a minute trying to play it, then says theres "no disk"! if any one cam help it would reallly apprciated.


  • mikinik-men Nov 02, 2008

    Yep. I have the same, hangs up after the last track has been played. But it gets even worse. After getting the message "No Disc" the machine was returned to Currys, still under guarantee, and was returned after replacing the drive system. One month later in DVD mode, the "No Disc" comes back up, and guess what? Now out of guarantee!!! Looks like i have bought a pup.

    Mikinik

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Open the dvd case ,6 screws.
remove the bar which holds the cd on to the spinning middle piece it is secured with two screws, the cds will rumble a little until playing but will work.

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