Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Open the unit and look inside at the laser assembly...It should have a number on the assembly near where it plugs in...it may have a "KSS-XXX" number on it( where xxx is numbers). There is an electronics company we deal with that sells all sorts of lasers for cd/dvd unit...find this number and you can go to mcmelectronics.com to see if they carry the laser...it is very easy to install, but you will need to remember that there is an area on the new laser where they short out the laser assembly with a solder bridge( they do this to keep it safe from static discharge). You will need to remove this solder bridge before using. Replacing the laser itself is very simple...usually thewre will be a couple of rails that the laser rides on and one (or both) will come off with a clip. Simply slide the old laser off..plug in the new one...remove the solder bridge(as mentioned above)..and install the new one back on the rails.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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