Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The arm triggers the motor to start in most cases. lets say it starts the motor. if the pop is just as the motor starts. its either the switch arc that you hear. (dirty) or if they have a cap installed in the system it could be bad. the capacitor filters any noise like that when the motor starts or the switch arc.( when not Dirty) .
if the arm moving over don't start the motor. you have a button you turn or push to start it. Something under the bottom is Hanging the wires as they are moved by it moving in to place. the wires go up through the arm as well as are routed underneath so they are shorting out that one second on a piece of something ground. this could be but not likely.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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