Question about Onkyo DX-C390 6-Disc CD Changer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
1. Turn off then on again, without a disk in the drive and wait for the graphical menu to appear.
2. Open the tray and close it again (still empty).
3. "No disk" will display on the TV at upper left.
4. The timing here is very critical. When "no disk" disappears, (don't jump the gun, wait for it to definitely disappear) hit REPEAT 76884 quickly. I found that pressing every half second or so just did not work; it had to be fast.
5. If this works, "4" will display top left. Press and hold the 9 key briefly. If OK, "9" will display instead of "4". If not, back to 2. There is no need to repeat 1.
6. Turn off then on again.
If this doesn't work (very likely), vary the critical timing in 4, the brief time between "no disk" disappearing and hitting the keys and the keying speed. Be persistent, it may take many goes. Be fired up by knowing that success is one in the eye for Samsung who are completely unhelpful and say it cannot be done.
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