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I have kenwood rxd m1md . it was on and it got extra voltage. now its not working.
the current condition is now when I turn it on, the display turned on for 2/3 seconds and then it shuts down. few green -------------- dots blinks starts, some times "auto power control on " also displays.
Please tell me what happend to this unit? which IC or part have to change?
The problem is in the laser pickup assembly, over time the laser becomes weaker until it can no longer read the disc, the whole assembly must be replaced since individual parts are not an option, but first! buy a CD cleaning kit and follow the instructions, sometimes this will give more life to the player.
Look for a miniature little hole somewhere on the face of your unit,. Get a paperclip (smallish) straighten out one end and insert into holr. It might say reset, might not. You want to do a sort of heimlich manuever thrust (miniature style), insert the paperclip, thrust about a quarter of an inch, and the drawer should pop open. At least enough where you can "help it gently", don't yank its slide mechanism out, but verbally threatening sometimes helps............ Sometimes...............
how long have you been using this player? The problem should be from the lens (laser).
The lens is weak and that's why it cannot read/load Cd's.
Get a lens cleaner and use it to clean the lens, but if the lens still does the same thing even after using the lens cleaner, then it means you would have to change the whole lens completely to a brand new one.
By so doing your player would play all Cd's with no problem at all.
Your problem is caused by a blown fuse on the main board 6.3amp 125volt time delay fuse replace with the exact same type. The reason the fuse blew is most likely because they is a problem with the amp. I suspect one of the finals is blown 2SD2560 or 2SB1647. Open the case and with the power unplugged replace the fuse, next unplug the 4pin connector from the amplifier board 3 black wires and one red. now plug in the RXD-A53 and turn it on. you should now have the display working and no clicking. unplug it from the wall and reconnect the 4 pin connector and now plug it back in and turn it on if the fuse blows again take it to a qualified service technician, the above noted output transistors will run you about 6 bucks a piece they are 4 of them 2 of each for each channel plus labor.