Question about Audio Players & Recorders
As these units get old, the solder joints can start to fail. Also, come of the components are getting tired. If you have no electronics experience, bring this to a servicer. I typically overhaul these units for about $100 plus parts. In most cases, the parts costis less than $20. These are solid units and you can probably get another 30 years out of it.
Part of the overhaul should be reseating all of the output transistors and replacing all of the heatsink compound as well as cleaning out all of the pots and switches.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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