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Recently moved and lost the cable that connects from the subwoofer to the receiver,,,Model number TS-W60U..Where can I buy a new one ?


A replacement can probably be found at Radio Shack. Aiwa was owned by Sony until 2004 but has been discontinued. "For service repairs of your old Aiwa appliances, you may call 330-1111 for service inquiries or email customercare@solidservice.com.ph. You may also contact the Sony customer hotline no. 02-8787600 or 09178077669 or email info.sph@ap.sony.com."

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Sep 29, 2013 | Aiwa TS-W60 Subwoofer

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AIWA MOD #811U C D DRAWER,DOES NOT OPEN,I HEAR A TE PLAYCLICKING SOUND,RADIO,&CASSET


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The gear wheel of the loader mechanism of your Aiwa has beed damged. Some of them can be repaired. If it is in irrepariable condition, the loader mechanism should be replaced. It won't cost more. OK.

Dec 29, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Does anyone know the part number for the volume control rotary encoder for an Aiwa AV-DV70U audio/video receiver? There are no markings on the component but the pc board is marked SW101. A schematic...


The EC16B24304 number above is a discontinued Alps part. I found an equivalent encoder from Taiwan Alpha available on Mouser.com, part number RE160F-40E3-20A-24P. It has the same footprint, shaft length and keying. It fits perfectly. It has a lower rotational force than the Alps encoder and 24 detents per rotation instead of a smooth feel, but it is perfectly acceptable. I just made this repair on my Aiwa CX-NA222 stereo, and I've got my volume control back!

Feb 20, 2011 | Aiwa AV-DV70 5.1 Channels Receiver

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I have an Aiwa av-dv75 receiver that keeps clicking on then off. I have everything disconnected and still clicking on and off. Has anyone found a solution for what looks to be a common problem?


This most likely means you might have some speaker wires crossed in the inputs somewhere. It shuts down to make sure it protects itself from burning up.

Dec 08, 2010 | Aiwa AV-DV75

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AIWA AV-D58 receiver ECO problem


Hi, I've found the problem. There was a closure in the Sorround Amlifier, and the protect circuit stopped the whole receiver. Br., csdombi

Jan 05, 2010 | Aiwa AV-D58 Receiver

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Replacement remote


Required Aiwa remote is available in Part Store for $39
Thanks.

Nov 21, 2009 | Aiwa AV-D58 Receiver

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Cassete deck will not work, I put a tape in deck 2 and hit the record button and all it did is started to make a clicking noise. Next I tried to take tape out and the door would not open. I forcefully...


I have a sony twin cassete deck and the same thing happened to mine , it turned out to be the rubber belt inside was broken so i just bought a pack of assorted belts for $7.97 and replaced both belts .

Jun 05, 2009 | Aiwa NSX-A767 Shelf System

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Rubber drive belts wanted for Aiwa AD-F810 cassette tape recorder


my aiwa brand cassete recorder model : TP-VS485 drive belt is broken, how replaced and where I can find spare parts

Nov 02, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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AIWA receiver


This Protection activates if you hook up Unmatched Speakers i.e less or over impedance as required by Aiwa Amp. 2nd reason can be extra speakers attachment.

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